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This one is all about garbage collection and avoiding memory leaks. It's main feature is the ability to detect that it got removed from the DOM. In that case, the view cleans up itself, i.e. removes all event handlers and nulls all properties automatically.

All your custom views should be based on DisposableView! And please please please favor Backbone's listenTo(...) over .on(...) (see AARZ LONDON Women Ladies Opentoe Diamante Mid Heel Evening Wedding Party Sandals Shoes Size Brown TjP819D
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favor Backbone's listenTo(...) over .on(...)

See io.ox/backbone/views/disposable.js

A very simple view based on DisposableView, of course. Its central option is point (string) which defines or refers to an extension point. For convenience, you can call .extend({ ... }) to define extensions on the fly.

Purpose is to simplify and promote the use of extensions.

See io.ox/backbone/views/extensible.js

Methods

extend(options)

Add extensions. This method expects a simple key-value object; key becomes the extension id, the value becomes the "render" function; the extensions index is auto-incremented by 100. This function is only executed once per point before render() to avoid duplicates (extensions are static, i.e. not bound to any view instance).

A modal dialog based on ExtensibleView that uses the markup and CSS of Bootstrap's Modal Dialog (see ).

See io.ox/backbone/views/modal.js

call busy() instead of close() when invoking an action (except "cancel"). This allows to do asynchronous stuff after an action has been invoked.

container

parent DOM element of the dialog; default is 'body'

this action is triggered on <enter> by default

set initial focus on this element

link to online help article

keyboard

close popup on <escape> ; default is true

maximize

popup uses full height

extension point id to render content; not mandatory but you should use it

dialog title

dialog width

open()

Calls render(), adds to DOM (i.e. container, see options), shows modal dialog.

close()

Closes dialog, remove it from DOM, dialog gets disposed.

busy()

Disables all form elements, adds opacity.

idle() Enables all form elements - except those that were already disabled when calling .busy(). Removes opacity.

idle()

See ExtensibleView

build(callback)

Run a simple builder as a callback.

Thanks to new web platform primitives, many of the needs we’ve addressed by building over and around the platform can now be met by the platform itself...

We believe the patterns, libraries and tools we work on are beneficial, and we're happy to see them widely adopted. But our campaign to #UseThePlatform is ultimately not about driving people to use the stuff the Polymer Project builds. It’s about promoting the use of the web platform to deliver the best apps possible

If you've followed Google's much-appreciated efforts to promote the web platform over the years, much of this will sound familiar and in line with other efforts from the company.

Authored by Jason Miller, Preact is a well-established React alternative that emphasizes small library size. Coming in at 3KB gzipped, Preact uses the same API as React and is compatible with much of the ecosystem.

Preact itself is not intended to be a reimplementation of React. There are differences. Many of these differences are trivial, or can be completely removed by using preact-compat, which is an thin layer over Preact that attempts to achieve 100% compatibility with React.

The reason Preact does not attempt to include every single feature of React is in order to remain small and focused - otherwise it would make more sense to simply submit optimizations to the React project, which is already a very complex and well-architected codebase.

Preact is used by a number of large organizations including Lyft, Pepsi and . Although Preact has better start up performance (page load, for example) than React, in the latest benchmarks React is faster at updating the UI once the page is loaded.

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Reason is not a new language; it's a new syntax and toolchain powered by the battle-tested language, OCaml. Reason gives OCaml a familiar syntax geared toward JavaScript programmers, and caters to the existing NPM/Yarn workflow folks already know...

Reason compiles to JavaScript thanks to our partner project, BuckleScript, which compiles OCaml/Reason into readable JavaScript with smooth interop. Reason also compiles to fast, barebone assembly, thanks to OCaml itself.

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ReasonReact is a safer, simpler way to build React components, in Reason.

By leveraging the latter's great type system, expressive language features and smooth interoperability with JS, ReasonReact packs ReactJS' features into an API that is:

It is often said that writing ReactJS code feels like "just using JavaScript". The same applies to ReasonReact, but we push it further; writing routing, data management, component composition and components themselves feel like "just using Reason".

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