Will Flarum be using EmberJS?

  1. 5 years ago
    Edited 5 years ago by deathfortress

    Just saw this -image- /// http://i.imgur.com/WIj2mAM.jpg . Will Flarum be using EmberJS?

  2. Hopefully not :)

    There a many other lean frameworks that do a better job in a cleaner way. For example, RactiveJS or ViewJS .

    However, I do hope the core is written using Laravel 4.x

  3. @markl Hopefully not :)

    There a many other lean frameworks that do a better job in a cleaner way. For example, RactiveJS or ViewJS .

    However, I do hope the core is written using Laravel 4.x

    laravel is confirmed. emberJS rocks both of them btw...

  4. Toby

    13 Jun 2014 Administrator

    Flarum will be using Ember.js.

  5. @Toby Flarum will be using Ember.js.

    Thanks for that, I suspected it

  6. @deathfortress emberJS rocks both of them btw...

    It doesn't. As a full MVC, Angular is way more powerful. As a two-way binding/router/etc., React/Ractive/Vue are way better and much more elegant. Even Mithril kicks ass.

    Check the code from the recent http://n12v.com/2-way-data-binding?hn posted on HN. VueJS & Ractive examples are towards the bottom. Also check the "holy grail" of JS MVC tests: http://todomvc.com Ember code is plain ugly.

  7. @Toby Also I hope Flarum wont be using mysql_*(eg, mysql_connect, mysql_select_db, mysql_close). Because I'm almost sure that the mysql function is depreciated.

  8. @markl Hopefully not :)

    There a many other lean frameworks that do a better job in a cleaner way. For example, RactiveJS or ViewJS .

    However, I do hope the core is written using Laravel 4.x

    Also you are so wrong. Look Discourse to see the potential of EMBER.JS .!

  9. @deathfortress @Toby Also I hope Flarum wont be using mysql_*(eg, mysql_connect, mysql_select_db, mysql_close). Because I'm almost sure that the mysql function is depreciated.

    Flarum is built on Laravel. Which, if they're using the tools provided, uses Eloquent, which wraps around PDO. I imagine the developers are also not headcases.

    Discourse is a lovely piece of software.

  10. @MrWonka Eloquent

    Thanks for this! Also @Toby , I think Flarum will be great as it will be the first forum system using Laravel!

 

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