Hong Kong – “I’m so happy because developers like myself now can be happier while they are coding modern applications”. That was what Jean Machuca, the author of, today, the most advanced framework for modern software development, was saying to the audience of the RISEConf Hong Kong, the largest tech conference in Asia.
“QCObjects is an open source framework
designed to make everything easier about implementing the MVC patterns into the
framework raised more than 10.000 downloads on NPM and is still growing.
Companies around the whole world are trying QCObjects taking advantage of its
MVC layered pattern and the one-step CLI tool, and being grateful of the small
amount of size in terms of space of the resulting project, that is allowing
them to save a lot of money in cloud hosting costs. “
If you want to get involved in the QCObjects
Open Source Community, you can go to the website https://qcobjects.com
and follow the instructions. Take a look of the documentation reference and
make your own tool, library, or piece of software based in QCObjects for free!
You can fork the project on GitHub and propose some changes or new features, or
donate by a sponsor subscription in order to get full support and warranty of
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