- We find Elm's architecture more easy to follow than Redux's.
- There's a standarized interface for effects.
- Rendering is no different and is treated as an effect. Actually Olmo don't take any action in which library it uses for rendering, that's your app's decision.
- Although we think CycleJS is awesome, we found that break a Cycle app as a main function into subcomponents might be kind of difficult, at least for us, and Cycle don't take any explicit action in that direction to guide us.
Run any example with
npm run ex<number of the example>, eg:
npm run ex1
- Simple counter / demo
- Counter pair / demo
- List of counters / demo
- Fancier list of counters / demo
- Random Gif Viewer / demo
npm test or
npm run test:watch.