Tuts+ - Create a New JavaScript Framework: How We Built the Daily Mail CMS

Tuts+ - Create a New JavaScript Framework: How We Built the Daily Mail CMS

Tuts+ - Create a New javascr Framework: How We Built the Daily Mail CMS

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The Daily Mail Online is the world's most popular English-language online newspaper, with some 200 million unique monthly visitors and around 900 new articles published daily. With this volume of content, posting an article needs to be as smooth and intuitive as possible, with a completely inline WYSIWYG editing experience and an easy drag-and-drop approach to images, videos, tables and other graphical elements.
In this Coffee Break Course, Daily Mail developer Jason Green tells you about Milo: the Daily Mail's homegrown javascr framework that powers this high-volume news site. He'll tell you all about the reasons the Daily Mail team decided to roll their own framework and introduce some of the features that set Milo apart from other existing frameworks.

This is the first course in a series about Milo, its architecture, and the challenges of building it.

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