On Dec 15, 2009, at 3:12 AM, Joseph Masoud wrote:

> On 15 Dec 2009, at 08:50, Ali Asghar Toraby Parizy 
> <aliasghar.tor...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Which one is more active than others? I mean which project extends
>> faster and better, in future?
>> On Tue, Dec 15, 2009 at 1:37 AM, Philip Thompson <philthath...@gmail.com> 
>> wrote:
>>> On Dec 14, 2009, at 4:27 AM, Ali Asghar Toraby Parizy wrote:
>>>> Hi
>>>> I think the best choice is jquery until now.
>>>> But, is it reasonable to combine jquery and other library to client
>>>> side and server side scripting respectively?
>>>> By the way, where i can find good lessons about jquery and php?
>>> I really like this js library.
>>> http://mootools.net/
>>> It's based off of jquery or prototype... I can't remember.
>>> ~Philip
> JQuery and Mootools are two very different approaches of creating a 
> JavaScript framework. Both shine in different ways.
> I use JQuery when I want to get things done quickly (using the Yii framework 
> or on custom projects).  I use mootols when I develop Joomla! Extensions and 
> it's amazing.  Which is more suitable boils down to what your project needs.
> I'm messing around with Ext at the moment and it's really nice too!
> The ultimate answer to your question is; "it depends". 

Along those lines of "it depends"... to my knowledge, most of the larger/more 
popular js frameworks consider other libraries when being developed. Meaning, 
the chances of a naming conflict are lowered. Not that I recommend it, but it 
does allow for using multiple libraries for a single project - that's another 

I can't speak for the other libraries, but I know that MooTools is constantly 
being updated and improved. I doubt that it will be leaving anytime soon. Check 
out some extended functionality of MooTools... Clientcide. It's created by the 
same author of MooTools to work with it.


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