What is Durandal?
Durandal is a cross-device, cross-platform client framework written in JS and designed to make Single Page Applications (SPAs) easy to create and maintain.
Durandal is an open source tool with 1.7K GitHub stars and 378 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Durandal's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Durandal?
4 companies reportedly use Durandal in their tech stacks, including Easygenerator, Casumo, and MMG - In Use.
25 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Durandal.
Pros of Durandal
Easy to learn
Works IE8 >
Quick to develop
Easy to start
- JS & HTML modularity
- Simple app lifecycle
- Eventing, modals, message boxes, etc
- Navigation & screen state management
- Consistent async programming w/ promises
- App bundling and optimization
- Use any backend technology
- Built on top of jQuery, Knockout & requireJS
- Integrates with popular CSS libraries such as Bootstrap and Foundation
- Make your own templatable and data-bindable widgets
- Fully testable
Durandal Alternatives & Comparisons
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