TroopJS lets you avoid the madness through the following:
There are a couple of wheels that we don't want to reinvent in TroopJS, so we are drawing the minimalist dependencies on a few standard compliant, future-proof libraries:
TroopJS runs fast even on relatively less performant mobile web containers like web view.
TroopJS runtime mainly tragets the browser environment. Having said that, core+ modules can run perfectly on Node using an AMD loader like requireJS which will allow you to run TroopJS components on the server-side with a different rendering layer.
The maximal (maxi.js) TroopJS bundle is currently at 13k minified + gzipped.
TroopJS is still a young framework. We're proud of what we've achieved in v3 but we're hungry and ambitious for more. If you want to be part of its evolution, we'd like to hear from you. Start by creating an issue
TroopJS will not be possible if not for the support provided by EF Learning Labs. It's main contributors at the moment are by @mikaelkaron and @garryyao. To get a full list of contributors, please view this link.
Find an error? Let us know →