You can’t even take a look at code or documents for Astro (openly)yet– it’s an in-progress concept– however you can see a video of Fred revealing it off to Feross.
I got ta confess: it looks incredible. I’m bullish on 2 huge parts of this:
Here’s a list of some fascinating elements:
- Like Vue has
. vuefiles and Svelte has
. sveltefiles, Astro has
importthem in your Astro files.It has the-filesystem-is-the-default-router, like Next.It has scoped-CSS-by-default like Vue
required).It accepts the concept of Islands Architecture– the concept that a lot of websites are made up of fixed
- ! New things are great! sort of ambiance. Rather, it has a We’re gon na take every last greatconceptwe can from what came in the past,
native web does finest ambiance which, in turn,makes me think about
Baldur Bjarnason’s “Which kind of novelty-seeking
web designer are you?” short article Bad: This is the very first sort of novelty-seeking web designer. Due to the fact that they are brand-new, the type that sees history just as a list of errors and that brand-new things need to be great. Why would any person make a brand-new thing unless it was an enhancement on the status quo? Ergo, it should be an enhancement on the status quo. Great: This is the other kind of novelty-seeking web designer, one who looks for to construct on the history and nature of the web rather of attempting
to change it.