Javascript Frameworks

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Javascript Frameworks

Post by gimmel » Fri Mar 11, 2011 7:03 pm

In der Ausgabe 3 vom S9y InfoCamp wurde über ein grundlegendes Javascript-Framework für Serendipity gesprochen. Im Gespräch war vor allem jQuery. Ich würde hier gern eine Diskussion anstoßen, welches Framework für Serendipity am besten geeignet wäre, schließlich wird das ein grundlegendes Element für das gesamte System.

Meiner Meinung nach kann die Entscheidung nur zwischen MooTools und jQuery (vielleicht noch Dojo) fallen, wobei meine Präferenz eindeutig MooTools ist (1.3.1 komprimiert 81kb), es ist sehr strukturiert aufgebaut, leicht erweiterbar und hat ein hervorragendes Klassen-System.

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jQuery vs. MooTools
Mootools für die Massen]Mootools für die Massen
David Walsh, der programmiert in MooTools, jQuery und Dojo

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Re: Javascript Frameworks

Post by yellowled » Fri Mar 11, 2011 11:08 pm

gimmel wrote:Wie ist eure Meinung?
Dagegen.

This forum is supposed to be in English by the way, although most of the people discussing here are native German speakers. To sum it up for our non-German readers, the original question was about maybe using a different Javascript framework in future S9y versions than jQuery.

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Re: Javascript Frameworks

Post by garvinhicking » Mon Mar 14, 2011 4:43 pm

Hi!

Thanks for joining a discussion, this is much appreciated.

IMHO jQuery is really currently the most general purpose available javascript framework, and very actively maintained - and many, many plugins are available for it. So to me, jquery is already a de-facto standard that we could very well work with. I have no personal experience in mooTools, but much more in jquery - so it's also a choice whether our current developers are familar with the one framework or another...

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Re: Javascript Frameworks

Post by yellowled » Mon Mar 14, 2011 6:09 pm

garvinhicking wrote:IMHO jQuery is really currently the most general purpose available javascript framework, and very actively maintained - and many, many plugins are available for it.
Also keep in mind that some S9y plugins already use it. Which of course means that some of our developers (Garvin, onli, myself) are already familiar with it.

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Re: Javascript Frameworks

Post by Don Chambers » Thu Mar 17, 2011 4:40 am

Another vote here for jQuery over MooTools.

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