Posted on 8 September 2019 at 13:20 by Wolfr_
I started working on an early version of Bedrock 2. It is kind of experimental but I have a good feeling that it will replace Bedrock 1 in the end.
Bedrock 2 is an entire rewrite of Bedrock. It uses different technology under the hood but conceptually it is the same.
It provides a prototyping development to quickly iterate on UIs. It provides helpful features like the component styleguide and the page tree that you might know from Bedrock 1.
Technology-wise it runs on Sapper which in turn uses Svelte. Anyone who’s been following me on Twitter might know that I’ve been over the moon about Svelte. In a nutshell, it’s just pretty awesome.
While Bedrock 2 is in development, it will ship with Svelte Simple UI (I have to find a better name). Svelte Simple UI is new framework to create UIs in Svelte. It has its own aims: to be Svelte-ish, to have a small bundle size, to not be overly complex.
During Bedrock 2’s development, we will work towards making Svelte Simple UI a separate package. But to fully test Bedrock2 we need component code in the system. So the current repo will be a mix-up until we extract the code into a separate repo (#3).
If you are curious to give it a try, please check out the Github repository.
Call for contributors
Everything will be MIT-licensed so anyone can go and do their thing with it.