Dylan Schiemann recently wrote a blog entry to debunk some of the inaccuracies he’s seen crop up about Dojo, the toolkit he co-founded, addressing such points as:
- Dojo is Undocumented
- Dojo is Slow
- Dojo is Bloated, Larger and More Complex than Prototype, jQuery, MooTools, YUI, etc.
- Dojo Requires Java
- Dojo is only Useful for Enterprise Apps and not for Small Sites or Blogs
- Dojo is Just About Widgets
- Interest in Dojo is Waning
- Dojo is Ugly
It’s a great high-level update on the state of Dojo today.
Posted by Ben Galbraith at 6:00 am