Learn more about the exciting changes that are happening to threlte in version 5:
- Hundreds of new components
- New prop syntax
- A custom preprocessor
Threlte is a renderer and component library for Svelte to build and render three.js scenes declaratively and state-driven in Svelte apps.
It provides strictly typed components to quickly and easily build three.js scenes with deep reactivity and interactivity out-of-the-box.
It also aims to provide the building blocks to quickly extend Threlte when it's needed.
Threlte is still in active development and you should expect breaking changes. Check the release notes before updating. If you want to be on the safe side, install Threlte with
npm i @threlte/core --save-exact to lock the versions, same goes for
Don't take our word for it!
Creator of Svelte.
indeed — threlte is where it's at. i should get round to updating the svelte cubed repo/site to make that clearer
Globalist, learner, software engineer
My first try at writing shaders in #threejs .. used the FBO particles technique to explore Chinese characters that have "女" (woman) as a component in them.. OMG it's so challenging! The new @threlte, made it easier though 🤓
Matthias Stahl 🇪🇺
I am a designer creating knowledge through data visualization.
🧑💻 First experiments using threlte for Svelte. After I didn't succeed using svelte-cubed, threlte seems to be a rather well-documented and good working declarative THREE library for Svelte. Many thanks to @a_warnes and @Reyfenberg!
Creator of Svelte.
give threlte.xyz a whirl. not as mature as the r3f ecosystem, but already pretty capable
Computer Science + Art student @Carnegie Mellon
threlte, which combines threejs and svelte, is easily one of my new favorite libraries
Freelancer web developer
I built 3 webGL apps using threlte and it's amazing <3
Creator of svelthree and svelte-accmod
I'm impressed by all the features of threlte.xyz, it's well polished / feels complete. Still, svelthree is different in many ways, and I think it's good to have alternatives. After 1.0.0-next.1, I'll have to dive deeper into threlte and compare/test it extensively.