Curated list of awesome lists
A curated list of awesome lit-html resources.
Sorted by creation date (oldest first).
lit-element - Simple base class for creating fast, lightweight Web Components.
@gluon/gluon - Lightweight library for building Web Components and applications.
lit-any - Partials library, which uses lit-html to compose views and forms from smaller templates.
lit-html-element - Base class for creating Web Components using lit-html.
fit-html - Combination of lit-html, Web Components and Redux.
lit-html-brackets - A lit-html extension that uses a bracket syntax similar to Angular's template syntax.
@littleq/element-lite - A take on using lit-html and Polymer's property mixin.
@popeindustries/lit-html-server - Render lit-html templates on the server as Node.js streams.
ullr - Building Web Components with Functional Programming Using lit-html.
ce-decorators - TypeScript library for building Web Components based on decorators proposal and lit-html.
@appnest/lit-translate - Lightweight i18n library providing a lit-html directive.
haunted - React's Hooks API but for standard web components and hyperHTML or lit-html.
The following libraries allow using lit-html as a renderer, while also providing alternatives such as HyperHTML or JSX.
These are not implementations of lit-html itself but rather community extensions of the official LitElement base class.
These libraries do not depend on lit-html, but are inspired by some of its concepts. They use
template literal, and leverage the benefits of the same IDE Plugins for syntax highlighting.
hybrids - UI library for creating Web Components with simple and functional API.
lit-ntml - Lightweight and modern templating for SSR in Node.js, inspired by lit-html.
htm - Hyperscript Tagged Markup: JSX alternative using standard tagged templates, with compiler support.
lite-html - A modern replacement for VirtualDOM rendering engines.
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