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Twitter Engineering: Introducing Flight: a web application framework

Twitter Engineering: Introducing Flight: a web application framework | clojure | Scoop.it

Flight is distinct from existing frameworks in that it doesn't prescribe or provide any particular approach to rendering or providing data to a web application. It's agnostic on how requests are routed, which templating language you use, or even if you render your HTML on the client or the server. While some web frameworks encourage developers to arrange their code around a prescribed model layer, Flight is organized around the existing DOM model with functionality mapped directly to DOM nodes.

Not only does this obviate the need for additional data structures that will inevitably influence the broader architecture, but by mapping our functionality directly onto the native web we get to take advantage of native features. For example, we get custom event propagation for free by piggybacking off DOM event bubbling, and our event handling infrastructure works equally well with both native and custom events.


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Adding iOS 7 AirDrop Support to Your App - Safari Books Online's Official Blog

Adding iOS 7 AirDrop Support to Your App - Safari Books Online's Official Blog | clojure | Scoop.it
A guest post by Engin Kurutepe, an iOS team lead at Txtr, where he is responsible for e-reader apps on iOS devices. Previously, Engin developed the Moped i
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Twitter Flight: Communicating Between Components Using Events - Safari Books Online's Official Blog

Twitter Flight: Communicating Between Components Using Events - Safari Books Online's Official Blog | clojure | Scoop.it
A guest post by Scott Rabin, a Front End Technical Lead for Huddler, Inc., a forum platform and media company, and author of The Twitter Flight Edge. When
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Event Sourcing in Clojure - Safari Books Online's Official Blog

Event Sourcing in Clojure - Safari Books Online's Official Blog | clojure | Scoop.it
A guest post by Timothy Pratley, who currently works for Tideworks Technology as a Development Manager building Traffic Control software for logistics clie
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