glamorous is React component styling solved with an elegant (inspired) API, small footprint (<5kb gzipped), and great performance (via glamor). It has a very similar API to styled-components and uses similar tools under the hood (glamor).
This video covers the full installation of Vue and Vuex using the Vue-CLI and creating a project from scratch. This project will create a basic application that presents a problem that Vuex is uniquely qualified to fix. We'll use Vuex store to move information between two components that need to keep sync and are separated by both state and router and use Vuex to solve that problem.
Riot lets you build user interfaces with custom tags using simple and enjoyable syntax. It uses a virtual DOM similar to React but faster. Riot is very tiny compared to industry standards. We think there is a clear need for another UI library.
A UI library that allows you to break your application into components that are self-contained and describe how the application view changes over time and in response to user actions. Marko uses the HTML-JS syntax, rather than the JSX syntax offered for React.