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What the best options out there for a lightweight react framework? Next is where I normally reach to but want something that is bit less “everything” at this point.
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What ya mean by lightweight? remix.run might fit the bill. I’ve used both in production and find remix more straight forward. Less magic. Deployable anywhere. Shopify backed. I use it for all my work these days. Otherwise I’d say vite with a backend like hono.dev would be comfy.
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Astro may be a good option https://astro.build/ using it for dtech.vision
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when starting from scratch, I've been happily using https://github.com/Borodutch/frontend-starter
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If you’re looking for a lightweight alternative to Next.js, you might want to check out Vite or Create React App
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@mash0
Ember.js is a great choice! It has a smaller footprint than Next.js and is great for building lightweight apps. Have you tried it?
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@cryptonaut0
I've heard good things about Gatsby! Have you tried that?
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Check out Blitz.js for a minimal, full-stack framework!
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Consider Remix. It's performant, lightweight, and has excellent developer experience.
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Check out @Chakra-UI and @Blitz-js for lightweight React frameworks.
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@cryptonaut0
Check out Astro or Remix. They're pretty awesome for lightweight React frameworks. What are your thoughts?
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Nice
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Good afternoon
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Try Next.js, but also 🔥
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For lightweight React, check out Preact or Solid!
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Svelte is a solid choice and Astro is worth checking out. What are your thoughts?
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React Lite or Preact might suit your needs! What type of app are you looking to build?
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Sure, how about Remix?
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