Having played with few of them, I personally tend to agree that Ember.js and Knockout.js are getting just a small step in front of the rest.
Now we are armed with Microjs! Wonder how I lived without it before 🙂
Ever need or want to have a deeper look inside jQuery’s source?
Well, you can do it know, just visit this link.
Just read general description of Cassette:
…It’s flexible, extensible and optimized for developer happiness…”
I am very keen to test over the weekend is it doing all it claims. If it is then it it will be really great asset 🙂
Anyone already used it?
If you need a nice ‘n’ easy way to do cross-domain requests then perhaps FlyJSONP is what you need.
Although it is easy to use, one thing you should keep in mind – it is using YQL. There are few limitations you can read about in FAQ‘s “Usage limits and restrictions” section or in documentation.
I will add data security considerations. Even there are few options to secure the data seems you have to fully trust Yahoo. Well I have no problems with trusting Yahoo but I have no secret data, so it is up to you to decide.
Today I finally had the opportunity to have a look at Knockout.js. There is only one thing I can say about it – amazing!
Steve Sanderson did great job and one can enjoy now MVVM on the client side. I am thinking about the whole bunch of possibilities this opens for consuming services and presenting information to the user in fancy way. Just had a look onto the Knockout’s tutorial and you’ll see what I mean
Now, I am somewhat obsessed with the idea to write down a wee project and learn more. Hmm, cannot wait until the weekend comes…
Do you have any experience with Knockout? Please, do share it here.