Hey frontend webdevs, looking for some advise:

For our search page, we're quickly running against the limits of a simple single HTML page with vanilla CSS and JS embedded.

Moving to a framework or other setup seems apt. What should we use? (boosts appreciated, replies or questions even more so)


Some context:

The bot that fills the search is written in Rust. Hence the option for "Yew". It would allow keeping most logic in a single language.

We already use Bulma, for CSS, but there's nothing keeping us there.

JS is an option, but TypeScript preferred, because... well, mostly because it's not JS.

Less tooling > more tooling. Simple > Complex. Because... well, less stuff to set-up, break, maintain and grok.

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