Marko is an open-source programming language that reimagines HTML from a markup language into a programming language. As its website states: “It’s like HTML and JS had a perfect baby that grew up to be awesome.”
Marko is easily scalable, according to the project’s website. Developers can start building on a simple HTML template and then add powerful components as they’re needed.
In addition, the only code Marko sends to the browser is what’s needed for interactive components. This results in less to download and execute, leading to faster performance for users.
Marko offers full support for the VSCode editor, including syntax highlighting, autocompletion, hyperclick, and pretty printing for more readable code.
More information can be found on the project’s GitHub page.