SproutCore?

Michael Feldstein michael.feldstein at oracle.com
Tue Jun 17 13:48:57 UTC 2008


Hello all,

I just ran across SproutCore (http://www.sproutcore.com/), Apple's Open 
Source AJAX framework, released under the MIT license. From the web site:

    SproutCore is for applications that want to adopt this new “thick”
    client model for building apps on the web.  If you are creating
    static pages with a widget here and there, then SproutCore is
    probably too much for you and another framework such as YUI, Dojo,
    or Mootools will do the trick.

    If you have built desktop applications in the past and you would
    like to bring that same experience to the web, however, then you
    will feel right at home with SproutCore.  

    If you are building web applications today and you are finding the
    constant pressure to deliver more “app-like” features is not only
    difficult but less fun to write, then SproutCore can help you find
    your joy again.

Just curious: Is this something that the Fluid team has looked at? Any 
thoughts about where it fits in (if at all) to your agenda?

Thanks.

- m

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