Javascript MVC

On December 6, 2010, Jupiter IT announced the third version of JavaScriptMVC.  This new release will obviously be accompanied by a number of new features.  Since there are many, we’ll just mention a few of the new ones, such as FuncUnit.  With FuncUnit, web testing can be more easily tackled, and quality review should take less time. 

Standalone Sub Projects is another feature that JavaScript MVC boasts.  So far there are four projects that can be accessed standalone:  DocumentJS, jQueryMx, StealJS and FuncUnit.  Soon they will each have their own dedicated pages and forums. 

With this new release of JavaScriptMVC, you could spend less time having to make CSS and Javascript integrate.  With StealJS, you won’t have to work as hard.  The program will do most of the work for you, so you could spend your time on more important things, whatever that may be. 

One of the ways that you could spend the time you just saved with the StealJS feature is learning JavaScriptMVC more thoroughly.  And since JavascriptMVC boasts so many user-friendly features, you won’t have to spend a lot of time on that either.  Since you’ll be able to acquire this new version of JavaScriptMVC more quickly, you might as well meet some new friends.  Jupiter has already thought of that also, so when you have questions, simply visit the forum and socialize with other JavaScriptMVC learners. 

After you’ve mastered the new version of JavaScriptMVC, why not learn some more programming languages?  Visit webmadeeasy.com or ajaxtutorials.com to add to your programming repertoire.  You’ll be that much more valuable, and you’ll prove that a working brain is a healthy brain.

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