Nine JavaScript MVC Frameworks

Posted By : Kiran Bisht | 11-Aug-2015

JavaScript MVC frameworks guarantee excellent productivity with maintainable code. In order to achieve a great level of features, developers use different types of MVC frameworks. Developers use JavaScript MVC frameworks because it’s the appropriate way to build a web application.



Use an MVC framework in place of jQuery (and a few other plugins) so that you have an organized file and code to find things you are looking for.



Number 1 - Backbone.js


This gives structure to web applications by giving models key-value binding and  custom events, collections with a rich API of many functions, views with declarative event managing, and links it all to the existing API on a RESTful JSON interface.



Number 2 - Ember.js


Ember.js does heavy lifting that otherwise you have to do with hands. There are some tasks that are often found in almost every web app; this MVC framework does it for you. It allows you to concentrate on incredible user interface and features.


Number 3 - Knockout


A JavaScript library that lets you build a responsive display and also editor UIs using a clean basic data model. Whenever you have some parts of user interface that update dynamically, Knockout helps execute it easily and maintainable way.


Number 4 - AngularJS


Angular allows you to write client-side web apps. You can use old HTML as template language and expand HTML’s syntax to demonstrate your application’s elements concisely. Angular automatically synchronizes data from user interface with JavaScript objects by 2-way data binding.




Number 5 - Batman.js


A framework for developing rich web applications using JavaScript or CoffeeScript. Application code is declarative and brief; it becomes possible with the help of a robust mechanism of view bindings and noticeable properties. It is much loved by developers and designers as well.



Number 6 - cujo.js


An architectural framework for upgraded JavaScript apps. Cujo supports declarative app assembly, advanced modular development, welcomes the asynchronous behavior of JavaScript and also its fusion of functional and object-oriented programming styles.


Number 7 - Knockback.js


Two frameworks Knockout and Backbone individually have cons, but when they are merged, they are excellent. With Knockback, a robust ORM of Backbone can be used to create dynamic views utilizing knockout bindings.  



Number 8 - soma.js


A JavaScript MVC framework that is created to help developers write loosely-coupled apps to expand maintainability and scalability. The major concept of this pattern is to discrete the data (model), the UI (view) and the logic of the app (controller). These all must be self-sustaining.  



Number 9 - Photon


An extendable JavaScript framework for building dynamic web applications and websites. It offers strong data-driven templating features, external loading and flow control.



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