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Comment IT contains two components A Ruby on Rails backend for signup, authentication, and a REST resource for interfacing with the comments database. There is also an interface for moderating comments. A Javascript frontend for interfacing with the REST resource and displaying the UI in any web page. The Javascript frontend combines several Javascript projectsJester for interfacing with REST resources and performing cross domain requests. EJS for displaying the data in easily maintainable templates Javascript MVC for connecting the application logic using controllers, making the application code organized and maintainable. Comment IT allows you to:add commenting to any web page by adding 4 lines of javascript avoid comment spam using the latest techniques moderate your commented sites Learn more about how it was builthttps://commentit.jupiterit.com/home/learn_more http://javascriptmvc.com/support/mvc.html Check out live demoshttps://commentit.jupiterit.com/ http://brian.moschel.googlepages.com/home http://javascriptmvc.com

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