Welcome to the Fluent Svelte documentation! This page will explain the basic concepts and usage of the library.
What is this?
Before We Begin
This is not a 1-to-1 re-implementation of WinUI, but rather a faithful attempt to emulate the look and feel of WinUI on the web. Some controls will have API or behaviorial differences, but the overall look and feel should be very similar.
- SvelteKit and SSR Compatible
- TypeScript and type definitions are supported, but optional.
- Full RTL support with no additional configuration.
- All components are accessible according to WAI-ARIA standards.
- Theming support using CSS custom properties.
- Minimal third-party dependency usage.
- Reduced motion support.
- Easy setup. Just install the library, add some base styles, and you’re ready to go.
- Minimal CSS overhead. Styles are included and scoped alongside their respective components, only bundling the CSS you need.
This documentation site is still not entirely finished. Many components exported in the library are not yet documented. That progress can be tracked here. For now, i’ve setup a testing page with every component included in the library that is viewable here. It’s source can be viewed here.
Please keep in mind that any undocumented component is considered to be in the 0.x phase of development. This means that they could potentially recieve breaking API changes or be heavily updated before being finalized.