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advantages of mojito over competing framework like derbyjs

http://derbyjs.com/

is there anything that we can learn from derbyjs that we can bring to mojito?

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  • Very interesting, thanks!
    I like the Racer component which handles data sync in the models.
    I haven't looked in depth yet, but it appears their model stuff is more development than ours.
    OTOH I believe we're going further with views and client/server interactions -- e.g. calling a server controller from the client, binders, etc.
    Let us know what you think!
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  • Actually, I take it back. Don't turn Mojito into DerbyJS.

    Leave the database stuffs out of the framework.

    I want Mojito code to run transparently between the browser and nodejs, and rely on REST for querying/persisting data. I even blogged a bit about this too. :)  http://www.phamcom.com/2012/07/ultimate-javascript-framework.html

    Thanks.


    QUOTE(Ren @ 19 Jun 2012 12:27 PM)
    Very interesting, thanks!
    I like the Racer component which handles data sync in the models.
    I haven't looked in depth yet, but it appears their model stuff is more development than ours.
    OTOH I believe we're going further with views and client/server interactions -- e.g. calling a server controller from the client, binders, etc.
    Let us know what you think!
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