it was Prototype (although jQuery was still an easily configurable
The addition of any other js libraries or js development frameworks is
I wouldn’t call using multiple js libraries as counterproductive but
need a really good reason for doing so since jQuery is pretty robust.
is there one jScript framework that plays best with RoR? is using two
different frameworks counterproductive ?
being the idiot newbie that i am, i am surprised that RoR has not
partnered up with a jScript framework!
Really mixing things up here:
Im just going to assume when you use the term ‘jScript’ you just mean
As was mentioned, RoR ships out of the box with support for jQuery library (not a framework!). Mixing libraries is not usually a good
thing to do.
There are also frameworks, but Rails doesnt have an opinion on these,
which it really shouldnt:
object-oriented, and (I think) easier to write.
What plays best is often a matter of client-side application
architecture, how you want to approach things, and how much of an
opinionated framework you like to work with. Angular is certainly a
viable option. Writing your Angular code in Coffeescript and placing it
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