I’m a big fan of Svelte and have built a few test apps using it but not specifically for Solid. I’ve made a few experimental things, particularly experimenting with visualisation, and that supports RDF.
BTW @julien_leicher you can use webpack with Svelte, and I found this necessary to get it to work with some RDF libraries which tend to be out of date wrt JS, and rollup is deliberately intolerant of this to encourage folks to keep their modules up to date. There may be other ways around this but I couldn’t find them. Demonstrations of how to use some problematic RDF modules with Svelte and webpack are in this repo.
The most complete app, still really a testbed for my visualisation library/workbench ideas is http://vlab.happybeing.com which has a link to my github repo where you find some other Svelte experiments, including some UI components.
VisLab (just linked) uses the experimental UI components, and if you get into building similar, I found svench a very useful tool to help test and find bugs in my components. The author was also very helpful with my novice stumblings.
Good luck @tychi, and please keep us posted.
I’ve not done much with Svelte lately, but have just started a project to build a p2p git portal (a github alternative in static HTML) and will be using Svelte with that. There’s quite a bit of ground work to do before I get to the front end though, as it will incorporate
git-bug code written in Golang, compiled to Wasm.
BTW folks, if any of you are in the fediverse I’ve moved my social media presence mainly to mastodon (as happybeing), so please say hi! And if anyone wants to sign up, use this invite.