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Keeping track of current JavaScript Frameworks that help design your clientside Business Logic Layers.
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what polymer and angular tell us about the future success of the web platform and javascript frameworks

what polymer and angular tell us about the future success of the web platform and javascript frameworks | JavaScript for Line of Business Applications | Scoop.it

Yehuda Katz recently gave a talk entitled "The Future of the Client-Side Web" in which he detailed the current challenges that web standards bodies face when trying to design APIs for web developers to use. In this talk, Yehuda also highlighted Google's recently announced Polymer Project as a good example of the right way to push the web platform forward.

Polymer provides a "low enough" level API that gives web developers the power to redefine the way they write markup using the power of newer features coming to JavaScript in ES6. The specifics of the implementation aren't relevant to what I want to say here, but Yehuda does a great job covering the details at a high level in the video; I suggest you watch it if they interest you.

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Explaining Away the Web's Magic

Today we revealed The Extensible Web Manifesto, calling for a new approach to web standards that prioritizes new local-level capabilities in order to explain and extend higher-end platform features. I want to take a minute to talk about what this means in practice, and why it's different from how we operate today.

Jan Hesse's insight:

Is the Web becoming democratic?

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