Table 1 provides a detailed comparison of the five frameworks discussed in this article
|License||MIT||MIT & GPL||Bsd||Commercial & GPL v3||MIT|
|Chrome Support||1.0+||1.0+||Not verified||Not verified||Not verified|
|accordion||No||JQuery UI||No||Yes||MooTools more|
|Drag and Drop||Scriptaculous||JQuery UI||Yes||Yes||MooTools more|
|Progress Bar||No||JQuery UI||Yes||Yes||No|
|Rich Text Editor||No||No||Yes||Yes||No|
|Slider||Scriptaculous||JQuery UI||Yes||Yes||MooTools more|
|Themes||No||JQuery UI||Yes||Yes||MooTools more|
Other noteworthy frameworks
In order to be concise, this article only discusses five more popular frameworks, which does not mean that this is the most popular, best, and most functional.
Other frameworks are worth mentioning and worth seeing.
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About the author
Joe Lennon is a 24-year-old software developer from Cork, Ireland. Joe is author to the forthcoming Apress book beginning CouchDB, and has contributed several technical and articles ls to IBM DeveloperWorks. In him spare time, Joe likes to play football (soccer), tinker with gadgets and work on his Xbox 360 gamer.
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