|Framework||UI Bindings||Composed Views||Web Presentation Layer||Integration with others|
The below table compares capabilities of such available frameworks:
|Framework||Priority based loading||Callback support on loading events||Restrict duplicate JS execution||Dependency management||Web worker support||Cross domain scripts|
|FuncUnit http://funcunit.com/||For automated and functional testing.|
Client-side TemplatingTemplate engines have always been server-side technologies. Migration to the client side is relatively new. A shift is definitely occurring. Logic is moving away from the server side and going to the client side. And more and more frameworks are gaining traction as this trend continues, helping us craft more maintainable code. The basic idea behind client-side templating is this: Offload the server by rendering the template.
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