With Pop I intend to improve the pain points I've experienced with Hyperapp due to its pragmatic attitude towards application building. The tradeoff is that Pop will be less flexible, making it very difficult to produce side-effects.
Pop's core value proposition is the eradication of the "wired" actions concept, making it extremely easy to load new functionaly into your application dynamically and reducing the boilerplate necessary to assemble your state from different modules, passing props through the component tree, etc.
npm i pop
const decrement =count: statecount - 1const increment =count: statecount + numberconst double =count: statecount - 1documentbody
Pop is MIT licensed. See LICENSE.