Hello, I've noticed on http://www.purfectstack.com/packages that in the last couple of days Marko (markojs.com) and Preact (https://github.com/developit/preact) were gaining way more traction than usual. Just a week ago a regular trend for view repositories would look something likes this: 1st place Vue - with +100 stars, 2nd React with +50 stars, Preact was running around 3rd place with somethine like +30 and Marko somewhere in the middle with even smaller stars addition each day. I started wondering what could have changed that the shift in popularity for those two frameworks increased and I started digging into the data (disclaimer I own http://purfectstack.com) and I noticed that all this shift started 2-3 days ago. I started going through hackernews posts (since I reckon seeing something that mentions frontend libs) and I found this topic: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=15052691 It seems that someone raising question about two very popular view libraries made quite an impact (for now at least short term) on two lesser popular libraries. I was started wondering, do the people really don't find new libraries when they are not covered extensively on some blog or in newsgroups? Why all of the sudden so much interest in something that existed online for quite a while? What ways of discovering something new in frontend area do you use? How do you know when there is something new, i.e. new View library, new state manager, etc...? In the end how do you decide which one of them to use, which one of them is worth investing your time in?