Verb Antiframework is an opinionated full-end antiframework for building web apps.
By "antiframework", we mean we reject common dogmatic idioms such as the Model-View-Controller split (MVC) in favor of a unified architecture. We believe nouns should have verbs. Hence, the Verb framework. Consider the everday preference of classes over flat arrays, where programmers choose to give data associated behaviors. This practice can also apply across a framework's data model.
By full-end (as opposed to full stack) we mean both backend and frontend are written with a single line of code. By reducing seperation between model & view, we can also connect the frontend to the backend. This means in the same line of code you define a dropdown field, you define the database schema by which the storage mechanism exists. By focusing on end result, rather than abstractions, we minimize programming time and maximize client functionality, the rest is handled for you by Verb and you can move on with your life.
Verb Antiframework supports all browsers that are ES5-compliant (IE8 and below are not supported).
|ServeView||✔ Released||ERP / CRM written in Verb|
|EmojiCode||❌ Development||Verb DSL for web app definition|
|DotQL||✔ Released||DSL for MySQL Schema definitions & bindings|
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