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The beautiful, open source front-end framework for developing hybrid mobile apps with HTML5.
A lightweight CoffeeScript library/DSL for reactive programming and for declaratively building scalable web UIs.
Sammy is built on a system of plugins and adapters . Only include the code you need. It’s also easy to extract your own code into reusable plugins.
CorMVC is a jQuery-powered Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework that can aide in the development of single-page jQuery applications.
A lightweight, mobile-first boilerplate for front-end web developers.
An Aura component represent a unit of a page. An independant block of reusable code, wrapped up so that it works well on its own or together with other components.
You start small and add stuff as you need it – not the other way around. Minimal approach helps everyone to understand the pieces that make your application. You’ll have more control because there is no redundant code on your way.
batman.js was created with developer and designer happiness as a top priority.
Appium is an open source test automation framework for use with native and hybrid mobile apps. It drives iOS and Android apps using the WebDriver JSON wire protocol.
When writing a complex, highly-responsive web application, there are all kinds of really difficult programming tasks that you end up doing over and over again for every feature you want to write. These are pains all too familiar to authors of Web2.0-style software (and interactive software in general). When we started Asana, we knew we wanted to build an application that is simultaneously very sophisticated in functionality and very fast in experience, and felt that the existing toolset just wasn’t up to snuff. So we built Luna, an in-house end-to-end framework that automates the busy work of writing rich web applications to an unprecedented degree.