The Augmented.js Next Framework.
aug·ment·ed /ˌôɡˈmentəd / adjective adjective: augmented
1. having been made greater in size or value.
The key focus of the project is to tie a number of missing features, patterns, and what would normally be third-party plugins together in a powerful framework. Another goal of Augmented.js is to limit third party libraries for a smaller footprint, easy dependency management, and high performance. Performance is a key item in the framework. In every case the performance will beat other libraries and frameworks (such as jQuery) usually by large amounts.
All JSDoc documentation is under the /jsdoc directory in the distribution as well as on the site at http://www.augmentedjs.com/jsdoc
A few key features of the Core module are:
- Validation framework for Models and Collections
- supports JSON Schema Draft 4
- Full i18n Message Bundle support
- mimics the Java Resource Bundle API
- Object extension with eventing support
- Security wired throughout the framework
- Views can lock down
- Multiple Security models supported
- Application metadata Object
- Utilities that support common abilities found in jQuery (only drastically faster)
- Very fast Object extends
- Array tools
- ES6-like Map data structure object
- Stack data structure object
- O(log n) Search and sort algorithms
- Built-in logging factory with console
- Async Queue for processing
And much more!