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Harmony - A jQuery Publisher-Subscriber Framework For Building Web Applications

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Harmony - A jQuery Publisher-Subscriber Framework For Building Web Applications

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Harmony is a lightweight jQuery based library which implements the publisher-subscriber pattern for building web applications.

The publisher subscriber pattern is an alternative pattern to the more popular (in JavaScript) Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern which is being used today.

Some of the features of the Harmony library is that it is very lightweight. It has a unified subscription for both view and model, is bundled with lots of reusable/composable plugins and more.

Requirements: jQuery
Website:http:/ / code. semanticsworks. com/ harmony/
License: MIT License

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