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Leo Horie
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Sweet.js readtables and JSX macros
James Long implemented a JSX compiler using Sweet.js macros . Very neat. I can probably port it to work with Mithril as well.

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Lessons learned from Angular
I just realized that I completely forgot to announce here that I posted this article about lessons learned from Angular on the Mithril Blog. There, I talk about some of the rationales for why Mithril templates are designed the way they are, and what makes t...

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Piggybacking requests in a widgety world
This week's post on the Mithril blog talks about how we can use MVC's separation of concerns to implement a neat model-level optimization

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An exercise in awesomeness
I wrote a follow-up article to James Long's fantastic Removing user interface complexity article, where I ported some of the code examples to Mithril. HN post

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Getting over a fear of turing complete templates
Over at the Mithril blog, I wrote an article about the erroneous belief that turing completeness leads to bad code and how it can be used to achieve better expressiveness in MVC templates .

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JS animations are cool again
A while back GSAP made a (at the time controversial) claim that JS-based animations are actually as fast as CSS based ones (if not faster). It's just jQuery that is slow. Now, there's Velocity.js , which brings that GSAP-like speed back to the world of jQue...

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Mithril benchmark
Just stumbled upon someone's benchmark of Angular, Ember, Knockout, React and Mithril. Thought others might be interested in seeing it as well.

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Curry flavored promises
I wrote an article about using Promises and currying over at the Mithril blog.

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Building a "Seinfeld" app w/ Mithril.js
Just reblogging from my Mithril blog

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Koa.js explained
Koa.js is a Node.js framework from the Express.js authors. The biggest feature here is that it uses ES6 generators to elegantly fix the callback hell problem that arises in sufficiently complex Node.js apps For those who are not familiar w/ ES6 generators, ...
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