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Mithril.js: A Tutorial Introduction (Part 2)

Welcome to part 2 of this tutorial series! In part 1 we implemented the EntryList and EntryForm components. In part 2 we will first refactor the EntryForm component to take advantage of Mithril's stellar support for nested components. Then we will implement the Total component and the Coupon component, all of which will be managed by Mithril Virtual DOM algorithm under one parent component.

You can see the demo here!

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Mithril.js: A Tutorial Introduction (Part 1)

This is part 1 of a tutorial series. You can view part 2 here.

Mithril.js is a small (~8kb) and fast frontend JavaScript framework. It's a simpler, yet more capable version of React, replacing the need for libraries like jQuery. Mithril's small size and API makes it ideal for embedded JavaScript widgets, or user interfaces that have high performance requirements.

My personal favorite part about Mithril is that it's just JavaScript. If you know how JavaScript-the-language works, you can fully apply that knowledge when using Mithril, including any of