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September 2008

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July 2008

Yahoo UI vs JQuery : quel framework Javascript pour vos applications Web 2.0 ?

by daxlebo
Yahoo UI et JQuery sont deux frameworks Javascript qui simplifient la gestion d'Ajax, la mise en place d'interfaces clients riches et les interactions au sein des pages Web. La ressemblance s'arrête là. Car c'est un peu comme si on comparait une multinationale à la start-up du coin (comme leurs créateurs d'ailleurs). A ma gauche, YUI, solide, bien structuré, dont chaque extension est calibrée à la ligne de code près ; à ma droite, JQuery, rapide, dynamique, et doté d'une armada d'extensions de qualité très variable. Petite revue de détail.

DLFP: ASK : Un framework Ajax accessible

by cascamorto & 1 other (via)
L'Ajax Source Kit, a.k.a ASK, est un framework Javascript orienté accessibilité. En effet, il a été développé avec l'objectif suivant : The purpose of ASK is to offer you a simple way to get content into your page on-the-fly through asynchronous JavaScript and XmlHttpRequest, without sacrificing accessibility or usability.

June 2008

Mettre en cache ses objets Javascript | Sahid Ferdjaoui - Funraill Foundation'blog

by damdec & 1 other
Cette classe JS permet de mettre en cache les résultats de ses requêtes Ajax. l’intérêt est d’éviter les requêtes inutiles au serveur d’application (et/ou de données). elle utilise le framework prototype.js

Javascript framework usage among top websites

by kasi77
To answer that question, we here at Pingdom have examined a set of almost 200 popular websites to see if they use a Javascript framework, and in that case which framework they have chosen. The websites were collected from the Alexa US Top 100 and the Webware Top 100 Web Apps. The frameworks we looked for were Prototype, JQuery, MooTools, Yahoo! UI Library, Dojo, ExtJS and MochiKit.

MooTools - home

by krachot & 44 others, 2 comments
MooTools 1.2, the new shiny version, is out now!

May 2008

inputEx - a field framework for web applications

by chantal & 2 others (via)
inputEx is a javascript framework to build fields and forms.

April 2008

The seven rules of unobtrusive JavaScript

by nhoizey & 7 others
Do not make any assumptions, find your hooks and relationships, leave traversing to the experts, understand browsers and users, understand Events, play well with others, work for the next developer

start [Jiggy]

by jdrsantos & 1 other
Simply put, Jiggy is the easiest way to create applications for the iPhone (or iPod Touch). With just Jiggy and a browser, you'll be able to write an awesome iPhone application in a matter of minutes. JiggyApps run natively on the iPhone, so there is no m

March 2008


by roulian & 44 others, 2 comments
MooTools is a compact, modular, Object-Oriented JavaScript framework designed for the intermediate to advanced JavaScript developer. It allows you to write powerful, flexible, and cross-browser code with its elegant, well documented, and coherent API.

Ext JS - JavaScript Library

by kasi77 & 23 others
Ext is a client-side, JavaScript framework for building web applications. In early 2006, Jack Slocum began working on a set of extension utilities for the Yahoo! User Interface (YUI) library. These extensions were quickly organized into an independent library of code and distributed under the name "yui-ext." In the fall of 2006, Jack released version .33 of yui-ext, which turned out to be the final version of the code under that name (and under the open source BSD license). By the end of the year, the library had gained so much in popularity that the name was changed simply to Ext, a reflection of its maturity and independence as a layout:'fit',framework. A company was formed in early 2007, and Ext is now dual-licensed under the LGPL and a commercial license. The library officially hit version 1.0 on April 1, 2007.

February 2008


by Xavier Lacot & 2 others
JavaScriptMVC is a framework that brings methods to the madness of JavaScript development. It guides you to successfully completed projects by promoting best practices, maintainability, and convention over configuration. I just fear about the "JavaScript is awesome" that one can read in the product's homepage...

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