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remoteStorage – An open protocol for per-user storage

remoteStorage-enabled apps automatically sync your data across all of your devices, from desktop to tablet to smartphone, and even your TV.

 

Develop your web app without worrying about hosting or even developing the backend for it: your users will connect their own backend at runtime.

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NoSQL Architecture

NoSQL Architecture | dev trends | Scoop.it
The NoSQL movement continues to gain momentum as developers continue to grow weary of traditional SQL based database management and look for advancements i
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how to achieve validation, access control, conflict resolution, integrity constraints and so on with a NoSQL architecture.

very nice post.

 

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Riot.js — The 1kb client-side MVP framework

Riot.js — The 1kb client-side MVP framework | dev trends | Scoop.it

An incredibly fast, powerful yet tiny client side framework for building large scale web applications.

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will riotjs win the hard battle of MVC js frameworks ?

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Architecture of a Modern Web App

Architecture of a Modern Web App @Scott Andrews

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explain very well client-server architecture changes occuring now that we have mature javascript  clients. See slide 15-19

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Meteor platform

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Meteor is an open-source platform for building top-quality web apps in a fraction of the time, whether you're an expert developer or just getting started.
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full js stack, include pub/sub pattern, client-server data synchronization, model to view binding and lots of great features. works with nodejs and currently support mongodb as a persistance layer.  keep an eye on it

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