👋 Atomico

A micro library inspired by React Hooks, designed and optimized for the creation of webcomponents.
JSX
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Browser
JSX
import { c } from "atomico"; // 2.5kB
function component({ name }) {
return <host shadowDom>Hello, {name}</host>;
}
component.props = {
name: String,
};
customElements.define("my-component", c(component));
TSX
import { Props, c } from "atomico"; // 2.5kB
function component({ name }:Props<typeof component.props>) {
return <host shadowDom>Hello, {name}</host>;
}
component.props = {
name: String,
};
customElements.define("my-component", c(component));
JS
import { c, html } from "atomico"; // 3.0kB
function component({ name }) {
return html`<host shadowDom>Hello, ${name}</host>`;
}
component.props = {
name: String,
};
customElements.define("my-component", c(component));
Browser
import { c, html } from "https://unpkg.com/atomico"; // 4.0kB
function component({ name }) {
return html`<host shadowDom>Hello, ${name}</host>`;
}
component.props = {
name: String,
};
customElements.define("my-component", c(component));

Atomico simplifies learning, workflow and maintenance when creating webcomponents and achieves it with:

  1. scalable and reusable interfaces: with Atomico the code is simpler and you can apply practices that facilitate the reuse of your code.

  2. Open communication: with Atomico you can communicate states by events, properties or methods.

  3. Agnostic: your custom Element will work in any web-compatible library, eg React, Vue, Svelte or Angular.

  4. Performance: Atomico has a comparative performance at Svelte levels, winning the third position in performance according to webcomponents.dev in a comparison of 55 libraries among which is React, Vue, Stencil and Lit.

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