Thanks for clearing my doubt.

On Monday, November 9, 2015 at 6:50:25 PM UTC+5:30, Walter Lee Davis wrote:
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> On Nov 9, 2015, at 2:01 AM, Amit Dwivedi <amydw...@gmail.com <javascript:>> 
> wrote: 
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> > Hi, 
> > As far as i know, prototype.js is a framework based on OO(correct me if 
> i m wrong). we can write a new class in java script which can extend the 
> behavior of existing one. My question is...Is it support some sort of 
> Design Pattern (like MVC). 
> >      One more thing if we want to add new features by using 
> prototype.js, is it easily pluggable. 
>
> Prototype is a foundation toolkit, which starts with the premise that 
> JavaScript needs some help to become the great OO language it could be. It 
> extends the language in useful ways, making it possible to write good code 
> quickly, with useful shortcuts and mental models. The next great thing that 
> it does is spackle over the (thankfully shrinking) mountain of differences 
> between various browsers' JS implementations, giving you a single stable 
> API to write to. Finally, it provides useful core tools to build 
> applications that extend the DOM or communicate out of band with the server 
> using Ajax. 
>
> I like to think of it as "a tool that can build tools", which appeals to 
> this grandson of a tool-and-die maker very much. It's much less a plug-in 
> support mechanism, which I liken jQuery to, than a better way to write and 
> reason about JavaScript applications in browsers. I like to say that "I 
> could build jQuery in Prototype, but not the other way around". 
>
> So to answer your main question, no, there isn't any MVC framework that I 
> know of that is based upon Prototype, but if you had a good reason to build 
> one, it would make the process much simpler and widely runnable than if you 
> stuck to vanilla JS. 
>
> Walter 
>
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