SitePen Expands Service Offering To Popular JavaScript Toolkits

SitePen announces support for more than fifteen JavaScript toolkits, including jQuery

Jul 19, 2012, 09:00 ET from SitePen

PALO ALTO, Calif., July 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- SitePen has led the JavaScript and Dojo Support industry for over 8 years and will expand their support service offering to officially include more than fifteen popular, open source JavaScript toolkits.  With the increasing acceptance of Asynchronous Module Definition (AMD), a format that strongly encourages source code interoperability, SitePen will now provide commercial developer support for an abundance of interrelated web technologies.

With a broader support offering, SitePen presents a unique opportunity for businesses to reduce the number of vendors required to help support front-end web technology projects. They may now receive expert support from SitePen's US-based, JavaScript team.

SitePen now offers support for recent versions of the following JavaScript toolkits:

  • Dojo
  • jQuery
  • Backbone
  • RequireJS
  • PhoneGap/Cordova
  • Curl.js
  • Wire
  • Express
  • Persevere Packages
  • jQueryUI
  • Underscore
  • dgrid
  • MooTools
  • Twine
  • Socket.IO
  • CometD

In addition to toolkits, SitePen supports custom JavaScript source code, as well as many key underlying technologies and formats including: JavaScript, JSON, HTML5, WebSockets, SVG, Canvas, Mobile Web, Server-Side JavaScript, Node.js, and AMD.

SitePen acquired its expertise in JavaScript through building and supporting a large number of web applications as well as through extensive research and development efforts on the Dojo Toolkit, dgrid, and Persevere. SitePen remains dedicated to contributing to the Dojo Toolkit, especially as the Dojo Toolkit has increased share as the preferred toolkit for complex engineering efforts.

SitePen's JavaScript capabilities are relevant to any JavaScript-based project.  SitePen recognizes the ongoing evolution of engineering departments. Legacy systems, leadership preferences and reliance on multiple toolkits across organizations has placed unnecessary constraints on the effectiveness of engineering teams.  Now, with the introduction of AMD and SitePen's expanded service offering, SitePen is fully prepared to support businesses in maximizing the efficiency, performance and user experience of any web application.

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