.NET DEVs, did you ever think of applying patterns and OOP in Javascript? Or, building an enterprise application using Javascript without maintenance nightmare? Well, here is your chance... :)
http://sharpkit.net/SharpKit - C# to JavaScript Compiler
SharpKit - C# to JavaScript Compiler
SharpKit is a tool that converts C# to JavaScript during compilation. SharpKit supports all popular web and mobile frameworks and generates pure clean JavaScript.

ashek's picture

Why not just write it in javascript instead.. :)
And while you are at it, avoid OOP as it's not for JS. You may wanna give "prototype" a fighting chance.. (Y)

fb_anonymous_user's picture

i know prototype, worked with it too. it lacks even basic OO features. maintainability and manageability is a big concern too.

ashek's picture

I would say OO lacks the prototype features.. How 'bout that? :)
As I said earlier, JS was not meant to be used as an OO language. That's why it does not employ OO features. To me Its like using a bull to do the chicken's work. :D

fb_anonymous_user's picture

I think both can co-extst. Why are you making it like AL vs BNP?

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