On vanilla webpages there are two special elements: links and forms. Both request content from the server and replace the page with whatever is returned. The third party HTMX library allows any element on the page to do this.
With this Xtended HTML (HTMX) we may now render all UI components on the server.
CTMX provides frontend like components to deliver HTMX content seamlessly from the backend
Developers write backend code, but it feels the same as the frontend. The transition between front and backends is seamless.
The web was originally designed to run on hyperscript. HTML became the only supported hyperscript however, and since then pages have become filled with bloat and junk.
CTMX is a new technology, yet it takes only the most secure and original foundations of the web. The result is radically conservative, robust and well tested.
CTMX is built entirely on open source, liberally licensed technologies. You may access our dev team's experience, but the code is always yours. No vendor lock-in.