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Svelte is a free and open-source front end JavaScript framework created by Rich Harris and maintained by Harris and other Svelte core team members. Svelte applications do not include framework references. Instead, building a Svelte application generates code to manipulate the DOM, which may reduce the size of transferred files as well as give better client startup and run-time performance. Svelte has its own compiler for converting app code into client-side JavaScript at build time. It is written in TypeScript. The Svelte source code is licensed under MIT License and hosted on GitHub.


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