28th January 01:20
mach II VS fusebox4
I know this might start a war of some sort but I am going to ask anyways...
Have anyone tried coding with Mach II (http://www.mach-ii.com/) or Fusebox 4
I have been using fusebox 2 and 3 for the longest time. At first it is
really confusing and changes to the sample application often gives me
unexpected results. But after a while, I found it really helps in
organizing my thought and minimizing some code redundancy, at the cost of
minor performance hit and speed loss.
I am looking into mach II and fusebox 4, lots of promises as before but is
there any big improvement? (for me, fusebox 2 and 3 works almost the same.
Only big difference for me is fusebox 3 is more structurally organized, the
concept is still the same.) Are there any obvious benefit by switching to a
new development methodology?