serverside-todomvc - Helping you remember, or select, an MV* server-side framework.

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INCUBATING PROJECT: Currently mostly structure, but templates and couple of first implementations are on the way. I'm leaving this open here, in case anyone cares to join in. There is without a doubt an almost frightening amount of options for developers to choose from, when selecting a framework for MV* types of applications.

https://github.com/olle/serverside-todomvc

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