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Used many times "Simple XML Framework"
The only real framework up there is AngularJS.
jQuery is a DOM manipulation library.
Mootools and Prototype are just different takes on jQuery.
I go old school, baby! document.all and document.layers ftw!
jQuery and AngularJS
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I've been wanting to use Aurelia.js in a new project because of its future-focus. It is built to use ES6 and some aspects of ES7. I haven't yet found the right project where I can give it a try, but I definitely want to try it out. I wrote a post about its features and why I think it might be a good choice for new projects. AngularJS is definitely my go-to for now, but I can see myself using Aurelia.js some time soon to see how well it leverages ES6 and what benefits that provides.
i totally agree with you!
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I really like to use angular js and ajax js in websites. Designing like animations are really easy with angular js.
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