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MooTools, Qooxdoo and full fledged JavaScript frameworks discussion

Hussein Baghdadi
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Hi,
I'm pretty sure so many developer are satisfied with jQuery but I'm wondering if any Rancher worked/working with MooTools or Qooxdoo.
If you use/used MooTools or Qooxdoo, please tell me your own opinion about them.
And since this post is about discussion and not looking for an answer, I would also like to hear your opinion about heavy JavaScripts frameworks like JavaScriptMVC and Backbone.js .
I'm really interested in JavaScriptMVC.
Thanks.
 
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