Why I've Made "Yet Another UI Framework"?

About a week ago, I’ve announced my new, open-source JavaScript UI library called Isotope. Overall, the launch wasn’t anything spectacular, but I’ve gained enough feedback to know what to improve upon.

Open-source is a very specific niche, and when comparing Isotope to my previous open-source project for handling regular expressions in JS (ReX.js), which boomed in terms of the GitHub stars only to go down to the point where it is today, I think I prefer the slower, more stable approach that my new project has taken (currently at about 30 stars).

But, it’s not the stats nor GitHub stars that I want to talk about today. No. Instead, it’s the feedback that I’ve got, and more specifically, one question that you might have heard before: “Why another UI framework?”

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Why I've Made "Yet Another UI Framework"?

Why I've Made "Yet Another UI Framework"?

About a week ago, I’ve announced my new, open-source JavaScript UI library called Isotope. Overall, the launch wasn’t anything spectacular, but I’ve gained enough feedback to know what to improve upon.

Open-source is a very specific niche, and when comparing Isotope to my previous open-source project for handling regular expressions in JS (ReX.js), which boomed in terms of the GitHub stars only to go down to the point where it is today, I think I prefer the slower, more stable approach that my new project has taken (currently at about 30 stars).

But, it’s not the stats nor GitHub stars that I want to talk about today. No. Instead, it’s the feedback that I’ve got, and more specifically, one question that you might have heard before: “Why another UI framework?”

#framework #isotope #javascript #watercooler