Alternatives: redux, mobx, vuex
Storeon is known for its extremely small size, weighing in at just a few hundred bytes. This makes it a great choice for small projects or situations where minimizing bundle size is a priority. @harlem/core has a larger size compared to Storeon but is still relatively lightweight.
Both libraries provide a good developer experience. Storeon has a simple and straightforward API, allowing developers to quickly get started with minimal setup. @harlem/core, on the other hand, provides a more feature-rich API with advanced capabilities like middleware and plugins.
Storeon follows a minimalistic approach and provides the core functionality needed for state management. It provides a simple event-based system and supports middleware for extending its functionality. @harlem/core offers more advanced features like computed properties, actions, and strong TypeScript support. It also provides a built-in undo/redo functionality and state persistence.
Both @harlem/core and Storeon are scalable and can handle state management in small to medium-sized projects effectively. However, @harlem/core offers more tools and features to handle complex state management scenarios. It provides a structured approach with actions and computed properties, making it suitable for large-scale applications.
Community and Documentation
Storeon has a small but active community and a well-documented API. It has a concise and clear documentation that covers all the essential aspects of the library. @harlem/core, being a newer library, is growing in popularity and has an active community as well. It has good documentation, but it may not be as extensive as Storeon's due to its newer status.