On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 10:25 AM, Robert <forpoc...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Developers has to convince designers / business people that mootools
> is the way to go. And for this the best way is to show its excellence
> and large user base. I know because I "pushed" mootools for some big
> projects in my company. And they always ask: why use mootools when
> even MS uses JQuery? Then I have to show them same fancy effects and
> say "it is easier/better then JQ".
> Apache don't need to market itself because everybody knows it is best.
> Once Mootools has fame for its animations. Now we should pin some
> On Sep 28, 9:00 am, Barry van Oudtshoorn <bvanoudtsho...@gmail.com>
> > Hmm, I think that in the case of MooTools, the former is far and away
> > I think that generally speaking, people perceive the toolkits something
> > jQuery: quick, easy, fancy; it lets you manipulate the DOM and layer
> > (Yes, there are more frameworks. No, I'm not going to list them. :P)
> > MooTools is not, to my mind, a framework to facilitate DOM manipulations
> > I think that MooTools should be targeted primarily at developers, but
> > - Barry
> > --
> > Not sent from my Apple πPhone.
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