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Mojito is a sweet (and minty!) MVC application framework built on YUI3 that enables agile development of Web applications. Mojito allows developers to write client and server components in the same language (JavaScript), using the same framework. Because Mojito applications are written in JavaScript, they can run on the client (in the browser) and on the server (with Node.js).

Release Notes

Why Mojito?

Mojito v0.9

Mojito v0.9 is our latest version and introduces some non-backward compatible changes. This version of Mojito is much more tightly integrated with Express, but in many respects, it is not much different than the previous versions of Mojito: you still use mojits and configuration files such as application.json and routes.json. You do, however, have the option of using Express-like routing, middleware, and you will be using node to start your apps through an app.js file.

For more specific information about Mojito 0.9, see the following wiki pages:

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