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Thread: Using Multiple JS Frameworks
Aug 3, 2007, 08:55 #1
Using Multiple JS Frameworks
I've been intrigued by many of the JS Frameworks, and am wondering about possible conflicts if you try to use multiple frameworks within an application.
Are there many known issues on this front? Or would anyone know first-hand some libraries which work well together?
The main frameworks i've been looking at right now are prototype/script.aculo.us and YUI.
Aug 3, 2007, 11:20 #2
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I personally prefer to use one framework per job.
And, from what I have read, there can be conflicts. I have heard that some frameworks provide work-a-rounds... I would pick a couple that you think you want to use together, and then ask via that particular frameworks forum and/or email list.
For example, Mootools has a decent forum, and YUI has a pretty decent email list/group.
For me, I tend to pick a framework that is as lightweight as possible. I also base my pick on job requirements... Most frameworks I have used have everything I need all in one package.
Hope that helps. I am sure others will have better info than I.
Have a great day!