JS libraries

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by Robert-B, Jul 23, 2014.

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  1. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

    Provided that both versions of PHP are installed on the server and filters/processing modules are configured so the commands are passed to the appropriate 'handler' certainly. You cannot mix versions of code in the same file in the same way that ASP and ASP.NET code cannot be mixed in the same file (.asp vs .aspx).

    If you are going to mix PHP3 and PHP5 script code it has to be in seperate files.
  2. Frank

    Frank New Member

    OK, thanks.
  3. Brian Angel

    Brian Angel Member

    Actually Ember, backbone and suck are more MVC based librarys meant for specific purposes. I think in todays market its good to have a handle on one MVC because I do see its uses applied to HTML5 as apps as its easy to make a one page site that is lightning quick.. for a full blown site , no , but even on Embers site it says 'A framework for creating ambitious web applications" so thats what they are there for.

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