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Sep 13, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

Create reusable components with Mitosis and Builder.io

Alex Merced I am a developer, educator, and founder of devNursery.com.

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2 Replies to "Create reusable components with Mitosis and Builder.io"

  1. I’ll check this out, thanks. 👍

    In Svelte you can compile components to regular web components, and use regular web components with ease in Svelte projects or other frameworks. We’ve had tremendous ease and great success with that approach. I’ll evaluate this to see how it compares. Thanks for the heads up and writeup. Cheers.

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