Look What I Made! – RAD.js

Next up in our series of cool things that have been made by you guys, we have @OlegLola; with an interesting new framework named RAD.js

I’ll hand over to Oleg to tell you all about it…

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Thanks for the opportunity to share our achievements!

We support the projects and initiatives of our employees. The most recent and significant project among these is a software framework for cross-platform development. It is a result of collective work and it’s named RAD.js. How and why is it useful for software developers and business owners?

For businesses, it’s crucial to look for new clients and reach the existing ones across several platforms (at least two: iOS and Android). But the most fully-featured applications used to be created by native development only, which always means a separate project for each chosen mobile platform. With the help of such tools as RAD.js, cross-platform comes closer to equal with native development in capabilities and performance. It also takes less time: there is only one project with adjustments to the chosen platforms (which anyway requires much less time and budget than two or more projects).

RAD.js is a system-level software framework which helps build a single-page cross-platform application that looks and feels as a conventional multi-page one. Now cross-platform software of high quality can be created faster and easier than before. This framework was created by JS/HTML team of MobiDev, under the guidance of the leading PhoneGap specialist Yuriy Luchaninov.

RAD.js is not an application-level framework. Any JavaScript object can serve as an application. The framework doesn’t require any special environments for creating an object of the application. RAD.js is neither a layout engine nor an MV* framework or a UI framework. There is no reason in creating another UI framework, because in real projects UI patterns and appearance of applications change. RAD.js is a system-level framework which, among other features, takes over system-level tasks, such as message bus, creating and deleting certain part instances of the application, transactions between views, and more.

You can find more information about the framework here RAD.js – A Breakthrough In Cross-Platform

The 3 points that certainly caught my attention were:
a) reach the existing ones across several platforms
b) time saving
c) high quality can be created faster and easier … i think the idea is just superb. well done. (y) :smiley: