Author: avelin on 8-10-2016, 11:37
Pluralsight - Choosing a JavaScript Framework [repost]

Pluralsight - Choosing a javascript Framework
MP4 | AVC 675kbps | English | 1024x768 | 24fps | 5h 31mins | AAC stereo 192kbps | 2.04 GB
Genre: Video Training

Brian builds a "Todo" application using four different frameworks and discusses the strengths and weakness of each framework along the way, highlighting practical considerations in the selection of a framework.
With the increase in use of javascript for websites, single page applications, and complex web apps comes the need for developers to be able to use javascript to do things such as write maintainable code, iterate quickly, separate concerns, and improve testability. While there are numerous javascript MV* frameworks available to aid developers with these tasks, choosing the right framework for a new project can be a daunting and time-consuming task. Reddit developer Brian Holt begins with a brief introduction to four popular javascript MV* frameworks. He then serves as referee for a virtual showdown between Angular, Ember, Backbone, and React. Brian builds a "Todo" application using each of the four frameworks and discusses the strengths and weakness of each framework along the way, highlighting practical considerations in the selection of a framework.

Table of contents:
Framework Overview19m 53s
AngularJS1h 8m
Ember1h 9m
Backbone1h 7m
React1h 34m
Wrap-up12m 1s


Pluralsight - Choosing a JavaScript Framework [repost]


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