Learn37signals 'Cinco' framework to be open-sourced

Treehouse
writes on February 2, 2011

Revealed in a comment by DHH on this blog post, 37signals is definitely going to open-source their new framework for single-page JavaScript apps. Very excited to see how this develops. Here’s DHH’s comment …

Hold on for our new Cinco framework. It’s basically Rails for single-page JS apps. We just used it to introduce Basecamp Mobile. A bunch of the supporting frameworks have already been released. The template language eco and the compiler stitch. We’ll be releasing the rest of the pieces in due time.

10 Responses to “37signals 'Cinco' framework to be open-sourced”

  1. Liam Morley on May 4, 2011 at 4:29 pm said:

    how does this relate to the CoffeeScript-based framework that was being talked about a few months ago? http://thinkvitamin.com/mobile/new-rails-like-framework-from-37signals-for-html5-mobile-apps/

  2. Sad thing how a new framework gets release right AFTER I launch a project that would’ve made great use of said framework.

    Can’t wait to play with it, thouh!

  3. Anonymous on February 2, 2011 at 9:32 am said:

    “A bunch of the supporting frameworks have already been released”

    Does anybody know where they’ve been released?

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