[Nitro] JQuery is very nice
dan at tastapod.com
Tue Oct 17 07:53:00 EDT 2006
As a punter rather than a framework developer, I'm very much of the
opinion that less [magic] is more.
I want to write a nice, simple, intuitive, /testable/ web app. One of
Rails' big failings in my opinion is its poor support for the mid- to
advanced- level developer (or non-trivial web app, I'm not sure which).
If I don't (need to) care what's going on, then Rails works fine. If I
do, then suddenly I'm searching through the source code for scaffold or
trying to add a breakpoint to a non-existent (yet) method. Which sucks.
I can't over-emphasise how impressed I am with Nitro & Og's lack of
magic where it simply doesn't need it (and particularly how elegantly Og
does O-R mapping in Ruby). Anything that generates code - especially
on-the-fly - is a Bad Thing for anything other than trivial applications
Thanks for listening,
George Moschovitis wrote:
> Dear devs,
> following a suggestion on this list, I tried JQuery. I must admit that
> I am quite happy with this, even though I miss some dojo features like
> the rtf editor and the js-flash feature.
> morever, I realized that rails style rjs templates (or Nitro style
> ScriptGenerator/Client feautures) are rendered unecessary! So I am
> thinking about removing this half-implemented/baddly documented
> functionality from Nitro (ie the prototype helpers). What do you all
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