What is QCObjects Framework?
It is a powerful framework to build cross-platform web applications. You can use it to build an API in Node and to build the front-end in the browser as well. Killer features are dynamic link capturing and regex routing, On-demand resources loading and multi-layer components. In the front-end it has PWA built-in features as responsive layout design, and in the back-end it has a micro services middleware.
QCObjects Framework is a tool in the Frameworks (Full Stack) category of a tech stack.
QCObjects Framework is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to QCObjects Framework's open source repository on GitHub
QCObjects Framework Integrations
QCObjects Framework's Features
- Multi-layer components
- Dynamic link capturing
- Regex dynamic routing
- On-demand resources loading
- PWA built-in
- Responsive layout
- Micro-services middleware
- Smart cli tool
- Dynamic config settings
- Dynamic data objects
- Nested components management
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