Dojo Foundation Announces Dojo Toolkit 1.0 for AJAX
Delivers key support for AJAX, animations, and more
By: RIA News Desk
Nov. 6, 2007 09:00 AM
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, and Sun Microsystems.
"Congratulations to the entire Dojo community in reaching the 1.0 milestone," said Dylan Schiemann, CEO of SitePen, Inc., and co-founder of the Dojo project. "Dojo 1.0 enables developers and designers to more easily collaborate to build attractive, rich web interfaces. SitePen proudly offers Dojo development, training, and support services. The feature set makes it a natural choice for the rich, customized applications our customers demand."
The Dojo Toolkit is comprised of three pieces. Dojo Core provides functionality missing from today's Web browsers and helps overcome browser "quirks." Dijit is a collection of rich user interface controls that are skinnable and have global reach through accessible technologies and internationalization. DojoX provides native vector graphics, charting, offline mode, and Comet support, and many more key community extensions to Dojo.
"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 committtees, and has participated in both of our InteropFest events," says 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."
Dojo can be downloaded today from http://dojotoolkit.org and is made available under the commercially friendly BSD and AFL licenses.
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