Websites generally consist of 3 main elements: paragraph text, lists and forms. While paragraph text is generally straight forward to place on a page, lists & forms require some more work. This section explains everything you need to know to work with forms in Choo.
Connecting to the network is essential for applications. This section is all about the browser's network APIs, and how to use them in Choo.
Choo is built up out of two parts: stores and views. In order to render a view,
it must be added to the application through
app.route(). This is the router.
Server rendering is an excellent way to speed up the load time of your pages. This section shows how to effectively render Choo apps in Node.
State machines are a great way to manage different states in your application. In this section we'll learn how to use and implement state machines.
Stores are Choo's data abstraction. They're meant to both hold application data, and listen for events to change it. In traditional systems this is sometimes also known as "models".
Views are Choo's rendering abstraction. It's the part that takes the internal state and renders elements to the DOM.