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Durandal Next Gen Sneak Peek and Herding Code Podcast

I’ve got some really cool stuff to share with you all today. A couple of days ago I released a video to my Kickstarter backers giving them a sneak peek of application development and new features in the NextGen version of Durandal. You are really going to want to see this. In the video I begin by building a simple "Hello World" screen. Then we configure a simple router and transform our application into a navigation-style app. We end by building out a second page that pulls images from Flickr and we demonstrate navigating back and forth between the two pages. It’s a great example of how simple SPA apps can be. There’s nothing quite this simple and elegant anywhere else today. Here’s some cool facts about the NextGen Durandal implementation:

  • Modules - Use AMD, CommonJS or ES6 modules to build apps. (Built on the ES6 native script loader API).
  • Data-binding - Bind to plain JavaScript objects. (Built on the native Object.observe API).
  • View Templates - Use simplified {{}} binding expressions. (Built on native HTML Templates and WebComponents).
  • Custom Elements - Create your own templatable and bindable elements. (Built on native WebComponents, HTML Templates and Object.observe).
  • Performance - It's fast! The composition system is up to 2x faster than Durandal 2.x. The data-binding system is marginally faster than AngularJS. With native Object.observe enabled in Chrome, it is 2-3x faster than AngularJS.
  • Isolation - There is nothing in global scope. You can run multiple isolated Durandal apps on the same page, even multiple instances of the same app.
  • External Dependencies - None.
  • Browser Support - Built on future browser technologies, pollyfilled for today's browsers. Works on >= IE10 and all other modern browsers. (There are some glitches on IE9, but I'm hopeful about getting it working if the Kickstarter is backed.)

In addition to the sneak peek, I also had the pleasure of joining Jon Galloway and K. Scott Allen on the Herding Code Podcast. We discussed the Durandal Kickstarter and it's goals. We also had a good discussion on the NextGen preview and some directions we are moving towards in 2014 and beyond. I hope you enjoy listening to the discussion and help us out by backing our Kickstarter.


Posted 12-26-2013 2:11 PM by Rob Eisenberg

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