The not so baaaaaaad MVVM framework.
Ninjagoat is an attempt at writing a simple, lightweight, modular, reactive, convention-based, eventsource ready MVVM framework. Oh, and we are writing it in Typescript, so we expect that you will use that, too! If this is not the case don't worry, you can use Ninjagoat anyway, but you will lose part of the fun.
Ninjagoat is currently being developed internally for being used in our single page frontend applications, which require live updates of data coming from a server, and are composed of multiple modules. Besides being developed with Event Sourcing in mind, it can be used also in conventional scenarios.
Please follow the seed available here to get some tips and a starting skeleton to register some viewmodels.
If you've made it so far, you might be interested in one of these excellent topics:
- Wiki - will show you how to get up and running with Ninjagoat, with the classic hello world example.
- Contribute! - welcome to Duloc such a perfect town, here we have some rules, let us lay them down...
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