Sorry, but most of the content on this page is totally wrong.
Just learn to use npm... I mean, you also don't create a babel compiler plugin to transform "cost" to "const" or whatever..
I don't know if it is a good point to call Mithril "better" than React just because it has some utility built in... I don't want to say that Mithril couldn't be "better", but the points listed in this article don't seem very convincing.
I don't know.. what about a "fetch and save for later use" approach? I personally really like this idea, I'm just concerned about its scalability.
Wouldn't this impact the size of the browser itself alot over time? Let's say after 5 years of existance when many new useful features were added? And would there also be sort of a committee like the TC39 (just to get the idea right)?
I don't know if all those projects you mentioned failed because they didn't use this library. And I would say that none of them "failed".
Until now I didn't have time to create such a video, but I am planning to do so. In essence, there a three different looping modes and plenty of effects. But there would be so much more to explain... you could send me a mail if you would like to know more about it. maximilian.torggler[ä]tuta[dot].io
I would also like to know what a flickable componenet is :)