Benji York wrote:
Tarek Ziadé wrote:

I was talking about a toolkit because it seems that most of the time
there's a cohesion between a web framework, its community, and a js
I would hate to see Z3 create its own JS toolkit.


While it may be useful to have some glue in JS that extends an existing JS toolkit to work better with Zope, and there are of course experiments possible, the basic idea would be to stick with toolkits that are already there, not for Zope 3 to invent a new one. It's one wheel that Zope 3 shouldn't be in the business of reinventing.


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