From GitHub, here’s the reasons why JSweet should be on our radar:
- JSweet allows you to use your favorite JS library (JSweet+Angular2, JSweet+threejs, IONIC/Cordova, …).
Not just a sugary treat
Candies aren’t just an impulse buy in the grocery store line. In JSweet, candies are how the transcription works.
A candy is a Maven artifact with three ingredients:
- a Java API and/or implementation,
There are already available candy libraries and if those aren’t enough, get cooking and build your own candy and add it to the library. There are several repos on GitHub of JSweet candies as well ready to deploy.
Of course, there are some limitations to JSweet. After transcription, some parts of the code may have to be rewritten and some Java libraries are not supported.
Try JSweet live sandbox and view how it works, such as transcribing a 3-D logo rotate, quick start, or basic jQuery. There are also many examples you can run on your browser to see more of JSweet’s capabilities, including canvas drawing, form input, Angular example, and Backbone todos.