11 Apr '12, 12pm

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A little over a year ago, I got my first serious glimpse at SproutCore, the JavaScript framework Apple used to build MobileMe (now iCloud). At the time, I had worked extensively with jQuery and Rails on client-side projects, and I had never found the arguments for the “solutions for big apps” very compelling. At the time, most of the arguments (at least within the jQuery community) focused on bringing more object orientation to JavaScript, but I never felt that they offered the layers of abstraction you really want to manage complexity. When I first started to play with SproutCore, I realized that the bindings and computed properties were what gave it its real power. Bindings and computed properties provide a clean mechanism for building the layers of abstractions that improve the structure of large applications. But even before I got involved in SproutCore, I had an epiph...

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