Emmanuel Yusuf
Mar 9, 2022 ⋅ 6 min read

Introduction to Minze

Emmanuel Yusuf Frontend developer with a demonstrated history of working in the design industry. Skilled in React, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, Redux, Firebase, Next.js and Figma.

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2 Replies to "Introduction to Minze"

  1. What does this provide over existing web component libraries like LIT?

    I agree that components should be agnostic to frameworks. If Minze takes off that would be great. Since LIT, Stencil, etc didn’t become the defacto lib for universal components, I’m not sure how well this will do

    We need a popular UX lib like Ant, Material-UI, or Vuetify to convert to custom components. Then we might see more general adoption.

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