Nue is a powerful React, Vue, Next.js, Vite, and Astro alternative. It might change the way you develop for the web.
Nue levels of speed
Nue takes the HELL🔥 out of minimalism and the TCP slow start algorithm
Nue way to develop
Massively improved developer experience with separation of concerns and universal hot reloading
Author here. I’ve been working on this for the past year or so, lately full-time. There are two things here:
Nue tools — A complete frontend development toolset. Once finished, Nue is an alternative to systems like Vite, Next.js, and Astro. This is the ultimate goal.
The thing is that I’m not happy with the current state of web development, so I’m building everything from scratch in a super minimalistic way to make things easier for web developers. I’m taking advantage of the “old school” innovations like progressive enhancement, separation of concerns, and semantic web design. All the benefits are highlighted here.
Some first reactions in Hacker News, GitHub, and Reddit.
It looks like developers are loving Nue, so I’m super motivated and committed to completing all items on the roadmap. All projects are released under the MIT license.
Thank You! ❤️
Awesome project, feels very refreshing even for me being a great fan of Vite and Astro.
It's really awesome to see this recent counter-revolution of developer tools emphasizing simplicity. Nue gives me the same optimistic, feel-good vibe that htmx and Alpine.js gave me when I first read about them.
What a great contribution to the world!
This is surprisingly good news for the frontend. I'm looking forward to the release of Nue's entire ecosystem.
Seems like Nue could finally bring back something we lost all the way
Insanely impressive. Well done 👏
I'm really rooting for your project to grow. I'm very excited about its concept. Because I think no framework has it figured out yet, so I really welcome every new solution to make web dev easier.
If you haven’t tried Nuejs yet, you better hurry up and give it a go!
Great job with Nue, you are hitting many of the pain points I had with the frontend tooling.
More frontend devs needs to stop following the herd and think for themselves and look back at how hackers used to work back in the day to use as little memory as possible.