Important news regarding future YUI development
guy.pyrzak at gmail.com
Mon Sep 1 22:48:22 UTC 2014
To help clarify.
would help with that. These are framework/library independent and could be
used with yui3, bootstrap, or jquery ui.
associated with it ( other than selenium scripts) is something that should
be considered and corrected.
I agree that Angular, React, Polymer, ember, gulp, grunt or broccoli are
not as worth while as they are frameworks or node.js dependent.
On Monday, September 1, 2014, Byron Jones <glob at mozilla.com> wrote:
> Gervase Markham wrote:
> I would certainly back a process where we stepped back and looked at
> where things are now in client side web development best practice and
> where they are going. This should be led by someone who had already
> heard of Grunt, Broccoli, Gulp, Backbone, React, Ember, Polymer,
> Angular, Mocha, Casper and Karma before reading the YUI announcement! (I
> hadn't heard of most of them - perhaps that's just me, though.)
> most of those aren't relevant to bugzilla (task runner, client-side asset
> builder, build system, testing, complete frameworks, ...).
> legacy applications, and i'm concerned that taking a step back at this
> stage to evaluate a large rewrite of the UI would not result in timely
> our immediate need is to determine if we should continue the yui3 path, or
> move to a jquery based widget library.
> if we decide to move to jquery, then we should be talking about widget
> libraries, not wholesale rewrites.
> byron jones - :glob - bugzilla.mozilla.org team -
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