Distinguishes itself by emphasizing its usage for bringing desktop application functionalities on the web. It’s got a healthy amount of easy-to-follow guides to get you going quickly and its own Google Group for your questions and for interacting with other SproutCore developers.
Is Adobe’s Ajax framework. One of the many distinctive features of Spry is its tight integration with Adobe products (such as Dreamweaver, Flash and AIR).
5. UIZE (pronounced “you eyes”)
Has an excellent “events system” that helps you listen, manipulate, and fire off DOM event (such as mouseover’s, onclick, etc.).
Is an open source framework that makes it easy to build desktop-caliber applications that run in a web browser.
8. Asana Luna
This framework features a lot of niceties including an evolved MVC architecture, pubsub, caching, routing and authentication.