JavaScript micro frameworks

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Published: Mar 16, 2012
Last Updated: Oct 22, 2012
Oct 2012
With mobile applications on the rise, JavaScript size and performance is even more critical. JavaScript micro frameworks have emerged as a direct response to ‘bloat’ in some of the larger libraries. These small libraries do exactly one thing, such as DOM selection or MVC, and can be under one kilobyte in size. By combining a number of micro frameworks, developers can get exactly the functionality they need without the overhead of a larger library. hosts a collection of these micro frameworks, as well as a tool that can bundle them into a single library.
Mar 2012