The front-end is the first point of entry for our users. With our front-end projects growing in features, we will also introduce more bugs. But our users expect no bugs, and new features fast. This is impossible. Yet, by using a good architecture we can only try to achieve this as much as possible.
Svelte (some might say SvelteJS, but officially just “Svelte”), currently in its third revision, is a front end framework in the same vein as React, Vue.js, or Angular. It’s similar in that it helps you paint pixels on a web page. It’s different in a lot of other ways.
There are some serious downsides to using the CSS background-image property, and more importantly, we have better ways to implement images in our browsers today. Time is now to ditch
background-imagefrom your toolset and use