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Registered: ‎05-06-2012
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New High Performance HTML5 Framework

Anyone have any information on the new HTML5 framework being developed by @Anzor_B?






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Posts: 165
Registered: ‎09-24-2012
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Re: New High Performance HTML5 Framework

Hi Phillip,


The framework will be public along with samples in a week or so. Stay tuned Smiley Happy




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Registered: ‎09-15-2012
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Re: New High Performance HTML5 Framework

The thing that turned me off is the requirement of Backbone.js. I would continue to use BBUI.js because it allows me to use alternatives(such as angularjs or knockoutjs). I like that it's pure bb10 unlike BBUI.js which has to support previous devices. Hopefully down the road it will become more flexible.

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Registered: ‎06-02-2012
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Re: New High Performance HTML5 Framework


I'm really looking forward to this framework. Something like this was on my mind since I started using bbUI and JQM BB10 and faced all the performance issues and limitations.

Please be sure to include some tips/samples/tutorials/etc. for people(like me Smiley Happy who haven't used backbone.js . 



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Re: New High Performance HTML5 Framework

Hi paroxysm,


Backbone requirement has been removed. It relies solely on underscore.js/lodash.