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October 13, 2010

Hello, JavascriptMVC!

Filed under: ASP.NET MVC, Javascript, JavascriptMVC, JQuery, SproutCore — charlieflowers @ 11:37 pm

I am *very* excited about the fact that the project I’m working on has just decided to use a powerful framework called JavascriptMVC.

JavascriptMVC is a framework that helps you build and maintain robust Javascript client-side applications. It gives you Models, Views and Controllers inside of Javascript. It gives you dependency management between Javascript files. It gives you unit tests that you can run in the browser, OR from a command line in a browser-simulating Javascript environment as part of your Continuous Integration build. It gives you a lot of fantastic tools for going further with your Javascript than just adding some bling to your server-driven web pages.

I mentioned in my last post that I believe SproutCore is far and away the best framework for building interactive web apps in Javascript. That’s true. However, JavascriptMVC is also an excellent choice, and I’m very much looking forward to working with it.


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