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Which js-library?

  • # July 28, 2008 at 10:00 am

    Chris and I are both big fans of jQuery (Chris made me fan of it ;-)), but there are a lot other libraries as mootools, prototype etc. I was just wondering: which one(s) do you use and why?

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    # July 28, 2008 at 2:00 pm

    Well, it always depends on your project which library supplies the most useful and best functionality there is.
    Its not a secret that there are more than 20 great javascript libraries.. Each Javascript library has its own charm..
    I have been checking and using allot of Javascript libraries. From mootools to extjs to dojo.

    But my true love is and will always be Spry. Its build for designers, they made it feel like an extension of the web. And actually it has almost all features a designer and developer would need.. Accordions, tabbed panels.. And yes they also have "fancy" css like selectors which allow u to target elements using your CSS knowledge..

    Just because libraries arent well known yet doesn’t mean they a worst than more known libraries..
    I know it might sound like an advertisement talk comming for a Adobe Spry Community expert who is trying to lure to darkside.. But its not.. I would just suggest. Give the libraries a chance use it.. Don’t judge libraries by users blog posts thats only a users opinion.. USe it, experiment with it.. Only than u will find the library that matches your requirement.

    Short version:
    which: Adobe Spry Framework for Ajax
    Why: because it totally the shizzle

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