5 Oct 2012 sness   » (Journeyer)

Ask HN: JQuery vs Google Closure | Hacker News

Ask HN: JQuery vs Google Closure | Hacker News: "The flip side is that coding to Closure conventions is very verbose. It feels like Java, a lot of the time. If your app is going to have hundreds of thousands of lines and dozens of developers, this is the right move. If it's just you trying to bang out an interactive website in a couple weeks, JQuery will let you get the basics done in much less code."

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