What we like
Focused on websites rather than web applications. Means it can optimize for server-side rendering, no-JS by default, and maintain a UI framework agnostic approach. Dynamic islands allow bringing in UI components for interactivity e.g. React, Preact, Vue, etc. TypeScript type-safety for Markdown.
What we don't like
It supports building APIs and other dynamic, interactive components, but the focus is on content. Consider a different framework for pure web applications.
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