Last year, WordPress added Gutenberg to the core, which is editor backend built on React, and we got a really awesome tool for creating editor experience. With Gutenberg, we had to change our mindset, and start thinking of developing in blocks similar to React components. Although we are developing blocks on backend and frontend, on backend whole editor is made on React, on frontend we still use PHP templates. So if we have some part of the block on the frontend with more complex design, we need to consider is it worth adding the whole library. Now here is where Svlete can shine. with its robust animation features, reactive code, stores it is so versatile that it can replace in many cases a lot of different libraries, also the fact that it is compiler makes it a really good fit for Gutenberg.