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OCFWeb - Embedable web server

OCFWeb - Embedable web server | Mobile development | Scoop.it

OCFWeb is a web application framework written in Objective-C. You can use OCFWeb to create web applications with just a few lines of code. Although OCFWeb is developed and used by Objective-Cloud.com it does not depend on Objective-Cloud.com. You can use OCFWeb on your own servers (although we prefer you to use Objective-Cloud.com for that :)) and/or in your own OS X/iOS apps. In fact OCFWeb was designed to be embedded in an existing application written in Objective-C. Sinatra, a web application framework/DSL written in Ruby, has inspired the development of OCFWeb.


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Tutorial: JSON REST API server with Node.js and MongoDB using Mongoskin and Express.js | webapplog

Tutorial: JSON REST API server with Node.js and MongoDB using Mongoskin and Express.js | webapplog | Mobile development | Scoop.it
Tutorial: building a JSON REST API server with Node.js and MongoDB using Mongoskin and Express.js utilizing Mocha and Super Agent for BDD/TDD.

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MVC is dead, it's time to MOVE on.

MVC is dead, it's time to MOVE on. | Mobile development | Scoop.it
MVC is dead, it's time to MOVE on. http://t.co/6l1abzn5Yj @backbonejs_

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The Battle of Modern Javascript Frameworks – BackboneJS, KnockoutJS, AngularJS, EmberJS

Welcome to the Javascript Framework revolution.  Since the release of JQuery in 2006, client-side javascript has entered a renaissance, and many developers have decided to shift much of the functionality of there applications to the client side, while using the server primarily to send and recieve data.  Shifting functionality to the client side enables the potential for a much more powerful and responsive UI, which has always been an advantage of native apps. But with JQuery alone it still takes a great deal of effort to create a web app with the unparalled feel of a native app. Now everyone is wondering what will be the next paradigm in client-side development, and more importantly which framework they should choose for their next application. There are over 20 mainstream frameworks that operate on top (or next to) JQuery for developers to choose from (see Todo MVC Project). No to mention several smaller more focused libraries.

This article will be the first in a series of posts that will hopefully shed light one several major frameworks in order to give you a picture of the advantages and disadvantages of each one, and help you to choose which one is right for your next project.  But before we talk about any specific frameworks, we will first outline some of the major features that these types of frameworks offer, and then we will outline our requirements in evaluating different frameworks.


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Jan Hesse's comment, October 14, 2013 5:30 PM
interesting work @miroslav-v runs smoothly and i like to have suggestions, can we soon search by genre?
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Building WebApp with HTML5

This is my presentation about building webapp with HTML5 and JS, based on my experiences building webapp for Zing News.


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