Last time I told you about txml, the fastest XML parser in Javascript.

Now I have a new bonbon for you. tReeact. A framework that is inspired by facebook’s react. In react you are compiling JSX letting you generating an object-tree representing the html-DOM structure. In tReeact you are generating an html-string representing your UI. tReeact will parse that string (using txml) and do the reconciliation, to update the UI and only change the elements that need an update.

This is good, because you can directly reason, why your UI looks as it is, according to your app-data and the generation of the XML. Making updates to the DOM-Elements, it is easy to apply animations using CSS. The XML can easily get created with a templating language of your choice or be send to you from your server.

An important feature are also components. They are used to handle UI-Events. In your app, you can provide some generic components to set a value on click or on change of an input with a direct rerendering. That will provide two-way data-binding between your UI and your app-data.

So the idea and the usage are described quickly. If you like to generate your UI using a templating language of your choice, if you want a separation of your app-logic and the UI development, if you want to handle your UI in a pure procedural way or if you want to build your app with a flux framework, You should give it a try and check it out on Github and npm.

tReeact is a great option, that let you scale from small apps to complex enterprise applications.