Dojo 1.0 Toolkit for AJAX Released
The Dojo Foundation reaches the 1.0 milestone
By: RIA News Desk
Nov. 7, 2007 01:30 PM
The Dojo project has attracted a talented and vibrant community of individuals and corporate supporters since its founding in 2004. Dojo is a key part of products from active community members like AOL, BEA, IBM, Sun and many others.
IBM uses Dojo in a number of products including WebSphere Commerce and its popular mashup maker, QEDWiki.
"The Dojo Foundation has made it easy for AOL to contribute code back to the Dojo community, particularly in the area of high performance code loading," said James Burke, Lead Software Design Engineer at AOL.
"We continue to make Dojo releases available from AOL's content delivery network, free for the community to use which means you don't even have to download the toolkit to start using it. The Dojo community has made a great toolkit that can be used at both ends of the development spectrum. It enables feature-rich, component-based web applications, like AOL's Webmail and myAOL personal home pages. The Dojo Toolkit is very capable in more constrained environments too, as illustrated by TinyBuddy IM, an AIM Enabled instant messaging web application for the iPhone."
"The release of Dojo 1.0 is an important industry event. The Dojo Foundation is a member of the OpenAjax Alliance Steering Committee, is active on multiple OpenAjax committees, and has participated in both of our InteropFest events," said Jon Ferraiolo, Secretary of the OpenAjax Alliance. "We are very happy that Dojo 1.0 includes the OpenAjax Hub as this will promote the ability for application developers to combine Dojo with other AJAX toolkits within the same web application."
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