First off I want to say "No, in no means is this a replacement for JQuery. It's only meant to go hand in hand with it.". But with that all said and done, this was based off of JQuery.
"Now where is this going?" you might ask, well I'll tell you.
Now this isn't an issue until the command:
this is the "-newF" command, it makes a new file. But there is a problem;
There is no good way to read or write to a file, let alone make one.
So this means that JReply will be using some external libraries, witch will be included with the package download. Got any question? Feel free to ask!
But for JReply using some external libraries, I got some BIG features coming to JReply very soon! I hope we can all enjoy this project and see you on the flip-side!
What is JReply?
If we work together we can make each version better, and can become a great toolkit for many to use as the years come and JS and HTML get updated more!
Joining team JReply really helps Calin to continue his development on the toolkit and making websites for clients for generations to come.