If you don’t know Svelte, it is a component framework — like React or Vue. But running at build time instead of at run time.
After several months of being just days away, we are over the moon to announce the stable release of Svelte 3. This is a huge release representing hundreds of hours of work by many people in the Svelte community, including invaluable feedback from beta testers who have helped shape the design every step of the way.
We think you’re going to love it.
Be sure to read Svelte 3: Rethinking reactivity, the announcement post from @Rich Harris, and then jump over to the Svelte tutorial.