“…in awe of what you’ve done with JS.”

Brendan Eich, JavaScript’s creator.


TIBET addresses the 3 biggest risks facing your web projects…


Hiring skilled coders...that's the biggest risk to most project timelines and budgets. TIBET puts markup first, lowering risk, cost, and complexity.


À la carte development is inherently unstable. TIBET provides the web's most comprehensive stack coupled with the web's most innovative tool chain.


If you can't buy support it's not "backed by", it's "authored by"; often followed by "abandoned by". In contrast, TIBET is fully-supported by the vendor...us.

The Future Is Written In Markup...

The web was built with markup, your apps should be too.

Think about your current framework...

If you're using React, Angular, Vue, etc. your applications are written with at least 80% code and less than 20% markup. That 4-to-1 ratio directly influences your development speed, your ability to hire, to share components, to maintain your applications over time.

Now imagine instead of hiring four JavaScript coders per HTML/CSS developer you could hire a single JavaScript developer per four HTML/CSS developers. You'd be able to scale faster, hire more cost-effectively, share components more easily; everything would improve.

Think about the web...

The web isn't 6 billion pages of markup embedded in JavaScript. The web grew to 6 billion pages by putting markup first, markup augmented by JavaScript, not embedded in it.

Authoring in markup is the only approach that truly scales, the only approach that can handle the millions of applications being ported to the web, the only approach that addresses the web's hiring problem head on. More code just creates more problems.

Think about switching to TIBET...

TIBET inverts today's 4-to-1 code-to-markup ratio, providing a platform where you get 80% of your authoring done in markup, a platform where a small number of JavaScript developers can support a much larger team of HTML/CSS developers. We call it the authoring pyramid.

Simply put, TIBET is the only platform:

Still coding in JavaScript and expecting different results?

80/20... meet 20/80... The future is written in markup.