There are a lot of JS toolkits around like Dojo, prototype, etc. Which one would you recommend with AJAX when starting a new project. I know the book covers some of them. Does it also cover comparision of the various toolkits.
The bottom line is there is a lot to choose from. Search the web for some examples on each one you're considering and take a look at features, coding style, and other things that might influence your decision.
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What should me criteria when choosing among open-source frameworks. I guess stability, popularity, future direction, support etc.. But how do I get this information ?