Svelte Status #23
Weekly curated resources for (aspiring) Svelte developers
Check the updates in versions 3.18.0 and 3.18.1.
6 minutes -You will build a Svelte project, create a component, and explore declarations, logic, and binding.
5 minutes -The idea of this piece is to show a quick, practical and simple way to create a package that can be downloaded via npm in our project made with Svelte.
By Julian Burgess
45 minutes - Bloomberg web developer Julien uses it for many graphics projects. This podcast is hosted by the owner of QuantumJs, Nikos Katsikanis.
by Jaime González García
16 minutes - Sharing my initial experience in learning Svelte getting started by creating a sample project, a pomodoro technique app. In this part we improve our pomodoro timer and connect it to our tasks.
By Tim Deschryver
3 minutes - Writing Svelte component tests with the Svelte Testing Library is simple. Let's take a look at the setup!
By Ruben Leija
4 minutes - Pass Svelte components to another Svelte component dynamically, and not adding so much markup on a single Svelte component.
By David Tang
2 minutes - Learn how to sprinkle in Svelte 3 components into an existing project.
By Wisdom Ekpot
Highlighting some things that have changed.
Automated by your file structure.
It works with Snowpack.
UI framework with very small footprint.
By Shawn Wang
I really enjoy Svelte, despite not using it for work.
By Ahmed Bouchefra
If you’re joining the test, don’t forget to get your own API key from the News API website.
Svelte: small, fast and fun frond-ends - Eirik Vågeskar
Duration: 41 minutes
About my projects
Svelte Status is a mailing consisting of the latest and finest blogs and tools curated for (aspiring) Svelte developers. I am your curator Marlos Borges, a Brazilian front-end engineer moved to the Netherlands to help building Dutch cloud-based platform Jexia. Our platform is providing hosting and several serverless back-end functions for front-end or full-stack developers.
Product Examples Pricing