Version 3 of DoneJS, an open source JavaScript framework for building real-time web and mobile apps, is now available.Its creators say the new version has faster rendering and tree-shakable modules. Formerly known as JavaScriptMVC, DoneJS enables development of real-time UIs that can be exported to run on multiple platforms.

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What’s new in DoneJS Version 3

Key to Version 3.0 is incremental rendering, which results in speedier server rendering. With incremental rendering, an application is split into two parts: static content that can be sent immediately, and dynamic content that must wait. By sending static content right away, an app can boot earlier than in traditional server-side rendering. The server continues to render dynamic content and forward deltas to the client.

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