New Yahoo! Framework To Include Mojito JavaScript Framework and Manhattan Cloud

By HTMLGoodies Staff


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It was recently announced that Yahoo! has released its Cocktails web development framework, which is actually a set of frameworks including Yahoo! Mojito, an environment-neutral JavaScript web app framework, and Yahoo! Manhattan, Yahoo!'s hosted platform as a service (PaaS) for apps created with Mojito.

The Mojito framework is able to run within a web browser as well as on a server, and it enables developers to utilize a single JavaScript codebase for both sides of the equation. The way it works is this: it deploys itself from the server runtime app directly into the browser runtime, which means that web modules can be created which run within either runtime.

Like many other similar technologies, Mojito apps are created using the basic building blocks of the web, HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript, along with other technologies such as Node.js, YUI3 and YQL. Apps created with Mojito can run equally as well on the client side or the server side.

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