by Danny Brian | April 19, 2012 | Comments Off on Server-side Template Engines Aren’t Going Away … Yet
My document “Application Frameworks for the New Web” is now available to subscribers of the Gartner for Technical Professionals content. The analysis defines four very broad categories of Web application frameworks:
- Portals and Content Management Systems (such as SharePoint, Drupal, DotNetNuke)
- Traditional MVC frameworks (such as Struts, JSF)
- Convention over Configuration frameworks (such as Ruby on Rails, Grails, Spring Roo)
- Event-driven frameworks: (such as Node.js, netty, Meteor)
I’ll be hosting an analyst user roundtable at this year’s Catalyst Conference to discuss the merits and drawbacks of the single-page web application paradigm, and will be curious to hear the opinions of conference attendees.
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