How ArrowJS compares to React and Vue.js – LogRocket Blog

What is ArrowJS?

ArrowJS is an experimental tool for building reactive user interfaces using pure JavaScript. It uses modern JavaScript features, such as template literals, modules, and proxies, to implement its templating structure, observable data, and declarative/reactive DOM rendering capabilities.

The creator of ArrowJS believes it’s not necessary to have a complex framework to create impressive and performant user interfaces on the web because JavaScript has evolved to be powerful enough to handle these tasks natively.

As a result, ArrowJS has no dependencies, no Virtual DOM, no build tool, and no special templating language. It is also very lightweight, weighing less than 3kB (min+Gzip). This makes it ultra-fast compared to frameworks like React and Vue, which have comparable features.

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