Nearly two years ago, I started work on Epitome, an MVC framework for MooTools. And today, it’s pretty stable and a viable project to use, if you have MooTools in your stack, rather than jQuery. Unfortunately, less and less people use MooTools these days, myself included. This made Epitome redundant – and yet I wanted to continue using the API…. Read more →
Just a quick update, Epitome now supports nodejs. Here’s an example creating a server via express and socket.io with a collection and a model that can be shared on the client as well: #!/usr/bin/env node ‘use strict’; var express = require(‘express’), app = express(), http = require(‘http’), server = http.createServer(app), io = require(‘socket.io’).listen(server); // load mootools globals and extend protos… Read more →
Just a quick update, my MooTools MVP library Epitome now has its own Epitome-todo repository as a submodule, an implementation of the popular TodoMVC demo. You can see it live here. If you checkout Epitome from git, you can use: git submodule init git submodule update … and point your browser to your local example/todo/epitome/ folder.