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At a glance

Mitosis is inspired by many modern frameworks. You'll see components look like React components and use React-like hooks, but have simple mutable state like Vue, use a static form of JSX like Solid, compile away like Svelte, and uses a simple, prescriptive structure like Angular.

This is what a basic Mitosis component that manages some state looks like:

import { useState, Show, For } from '';

export default function MyComponent(props) {
  const state = useState({
    newItemName: 'New item',
    list: ['hello', 'world'],
    addItem() {
      state.list = [...state.list, state.newItemName];

  return (
      <Show when={props.showInput}>
          onChange={(event) => (state.newItemName =}
      <div css={{ padding: '10px' }}>
        <button onClick={() => state.addItem()}>Add list item</button>
          <For each={state.list}>{(item) => <div>{item}</div>}</For>

Learn more in the docs


Try Mitosis out locally with our CLI

npm install -g

mitosis compile --to=vue my-file.lite.jsx


Component libraries

Managing support for libraries that provide UI components across frameworks is a pain, especially when webcomponents are not an option (e.g. for server side rendering, best performance, etc). With Mitosis you can write once, and run everywhere while maintaining full compatibilty with the target framework.

Modern workflows for all platforms

Mitosis allows you to incrementally adopt modern and familiar workflows for many different platforms. For instance, when working with Shopify, you can server side render to liquid and hydrate with React.

JS framework fatigue

If you have ever had to migrate a huge codebase from one framework to another, it's an absolute nightmare. Writing components at a higher level of abstraction allows you to move from one to another with ease.

Design to code

With Mitosis, you can convert designs from Figma or Sketch and convert them to clean code for the framework of your choice. You can even use to visually drag/drop to build UIs and edit the code side by side.

How does it work

Mitosis uses a static subset of JSX, inspired by Solid. This means we can parse it to a simple JSON structure, then easily build serializers that target various frameworks and implementations.

export function MyComponent() {
  const state = useState({
    name: 'Steve',

  return (
        onChange={(event) => ( =}


  "@type": "",
  "state": {
    "name": "Steve"
  "nodes": [
      "@type": "",
      "name": "div",
      "children": [
          "@type": "",
          "bindings": {
            "value": "",
            "onChange": " ="

Which can be reserialized into many languges and frameworks. For example, to support angular, we just make a serializer that loops over the json and produces:

  template: `
      <input [value]="name" (change)="name = $" />
class MyComponent {
  name = 'Steve';

Adding framework support is surprisingly easy with the plugin system (docs coming soon).

Try it out


Use our Figma plugin to turn designs into code!


Try our interactive fiddle

Figma plugin Fiddle


Try our VS Code extension for in-IDE visual coding


Try our Shopify app for visual Shopify store building

Vscode plugin Vscode plugin


Try our headless CMS for no-code APIs for all sites and apps


View our upcoming ecommerce integrations

Vscode plugin Vscode plugin

No-code tooling

Mitosis's static JSON format also enables no-code tooling for visual code editing and importing. You can see this with or Figma.

Formatting options

Mitosis supports settings for generating code to match your preferred formatting, libraries, etc. These output options will be customizable and extensible with plugins soon.

Who uses it


Framework Status
React Alpha
Vue Alpha
Liquid Alpha Alpha
Solid Alpha
Figma Alpha
Angular Alpha
Svelte Alpha
Webcomponents Alpha
React Native Alpha
SwiftUI Experimental

Coming soon

  • Stable (v1) release
  • Plugin API docs for custom syntaxes and extensions
  • VS code plugin

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