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Superheroic JavaScript MVW Framework

Superheroic JavaScript MVW Framework

lordofthejars/nosql-unit Twig - Moteur de template Backbone.js Forge | Ruby on Rails TodoMVC CRaSH the shell for the Java Platform A comparison of Angular, Backbone, CanJS and Ember - Sebastian's Blog Selecting a JavaScript MVC framework can be hard work. There are so many factors to consider and so many options out there that selecting a framework can be overwhelming. To have an idea of all the possible alternatives have a look at TodoMVC. I have had the opportunity to use four of these frameworks: Angular, Backbone, CanJS and Ember. So I decided to create a comparison to help you decide which one to use. I will go through several factors that you might want to consider when choosing one. To each factor I have assigned a score between 1 and 5. Features There are really important features a framework should have to provide the necessary foundation to build useful applications. Observables: Objects that can be observed for changes. Routing: Pushing changes to the browser url hash and listening for changes to act accordingly. View bindings: Using observable objects in views, having the views automatically refresh when the observable object change. Scores Flexibility Angular Backbone CanJS Ember

docx4j "I've had more success with docx4j than anything else" "congratulations for the great job, I can do things that I cannot with POI or OpenOffice API !!" "Now armed with docx4j, it was much easier to use the approach I envisioned to generate Word documents." "I have been using docx4j over the last month on a new product, and I'm impressed and thankful for how much docx4j does." "This library gives you everything you need to create/load/edit/write Word docx documents from Java, and comes with a Maven repo, online Javadoc, and nice set of Sample code. "With docx4j we analyze and enrich each paragraph of a law project containing more than 3000 paragraphs and this is done in less than 10 seconds." "thanks a lot for your good work. docx4j is easy to use and I like it." docx4j is an open source (ASLv2) Java library for creating and manipulating Microsoft Open XML (Word docx, Powerpoint pptx, and Excel xlsx) files. Its emphasis is on power: if the file format supports it, you can do it with docx4j.

The 10 hottest JavaScript framework projects ( - Software ) Trying to decide which JavaScript UI framework will best meet the needs of your project and organization? With 10 strong contenders, there's a lot to consider. Over the past few years we've seen tremendous growth in UX libraries and frameworks -- most of which are open source. [ How much do you know about this stalwart developer tool? Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to do an analysis of the fastest-growing open source projects started in 2012, and I was struck by the number of JavaScript projects on the list. Which projects rose to the topThis analysis digs into the communities behind the top 10 open source projects spanning UI libraries, frameworks, and full-stack frameworks that include server-side runtimes. My goal was to paint a picture of the communities surrounding these projects, specifically looking at size and growth, in an effort to correlate the data against the popularity and success of individual projects.

Yesod, AngularJS and Fay It's been a while since I discussed Yesod's approach to client-side programming. I haven't been quiet due to a lack of interest. On the contrary, I've been playing around with a lot of different approaches, and discussing things with a number of people as well. Additionally, there have been some very exciting changes in the Haskell Javascript space. Back when we discussed this in April, I demonstrated a combinator-based approach for generating Javascript from our Haskell code in a type-safe manner. So the big question is: what do we want from a client-side solution? A better language than Javascript. AngularJS We can solve all four of these issues with a two-pronged approach. You can see my sample code on Github. cmdGetPeople <- addCommand $ \() -> do people' <- getYesod >>= liftIO . readIORef . ipeople return $ map (\(pid, Person name _) -> PersonSummary pid name) $ Map.toList people' Each command takes a single JSON value as input, and returns a single JSON value as output. Fay Commands

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