- Apps can be prototyped and developed without the back end, and developers can deactivate Kakapo when moving to production.
- Kakapo.js project helps developers prototype Web apps without the back end
- You can easily build that with Kakapo, instead of just returning static payloads without any sense all the time.”
- “I basically built Kakapo because I wanted to have a framework that provides all the tools I need to prototype Web apps without having to wait [for] the back end to be ready,” Zarco said.
- Kakapo is currently in beta, although it’s in use in a couple of applications where code coverage is 97 percent, said Hector Zarco, the main developer of Kakapo.
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Kakapo.js project helps developers prototype Web apps without the back end