> On 15 set 2016, at 19:22, Kyle Hall <kyle.m.h...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have my proof of concept for using React within Koha completed! You can see
> it here: https://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=17297
> Please give it a try!
> So, I've written this development ( at least in part ) in both Angular and
> React. I know Angular 2 is out but here are my thoughts so far.
> 1) It's much easier to think in React than in Angular. React is for the most
> React works well within the Koha ecosystem.
> 2) Writing React feels much more like programming. I think it's much faster
> to develop reactive and ajax features in React than it is using jQuery.
> 3) React makes it pretty easy to create widgets that we can drop in to a
> given page and have just work. Pretty much anything that shows up on multiple
> pages would make for a good React widget. Think the holds table which is on
> the checkouts page and the patron details page. It is ajaxified now, but a
> far far cleaner version could be written in React.
> 4) React is just a view layer. Angular is a full MVC framework with many
> pieces we don't really need.
> I think React is probably the way to go for Koha. I like Angular but for Koha
> in particular, I think React is a better fit. I think we really need to get
> this decision made as soon as possible. If anyone has opinions, please let
> everyone know!
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