Author: Marketing Desk

Posted On Apr 10, 2015   |   4 min

In this fast paced world, how many users would like to stare at loading screen or the spinning wheel, while the request or process is being completed? If your answer is “None”, you are spot on. The application developers’ work does not get easier with the myriad range of devices they need to cater to. We already have desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones, smart TVs and adding further to this complexity are the distinctive characteristics of these devices like screen size, operating system, computing power, limited battery life, storage and many more.

This leaves the developers to make variety of decisions regarding application compatibility, performance, usability and maintainability. One also needs to ensure that the application is scalable to meet future goals and needs of an organization.

Here is where JavaScript frameworks come to the rescue; many of them work on the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design, thus enabling you to focus on making your applications rich and engaging rather than on their code structure and maintenance.

However, with the large number of JavaScript frameworks available, it can become a nightmare on the development team to choose the right framework for their web app development.

Harbinger Systems hosted a live webinar “How Cloud Can Transform Your startup” on April 8, 2015. Attendees gained insights on gain insights on the major javascript frameworks utilized for web app development and how one can select the right framework.

The Webinar Key Takeaways:

  • How JavaScript MVC frameworks are becoming the cornerstone in Web Application development: The business need, the impact, and the advantages
  • Who are the key players? – Backbone JS, Ember JS, Angular JS -A brief introduction
  • What are the Key considerations while selecting a framework
  • The salient features and constraints of each framework
  • Use case walk-through

Thank you for the great response to this special webinar!

You can view the presentation and webinar recording here.