Monthly Archives: March 2007

Hope

Ajaxian just linked to a tremendously important post by Brendan Eich. I’m happy about it not only because Brendan is spot-on, but also because he’s using the phrase “Open Web”. It might be pure semantics, but as the Flash, Flex, WPF/E and even XUL partisans keep attempting to claim that their single-vendor clients are “web […]

Web-based Mind Mapping(++)

At the last Dojo Developer Day one of the most awe inspiring things was the first-day lunch where we opened the floor for demos. Without any planning at all, we had easily 10 great demos of everything from real-world uses of dojo.charting to data binding to live apps like http://www.coloradohomestop.com/. At one point it seemed […]

Grid-A-Licious

Our good friends at The TurboAjax Group have finally released a beta of their new grid component (demo, docs). As with all their components, it lays into your existing Dojo working area and provides great stuff to make your apps better. It’s free for non-commercial use and cheap for commercial sites, so give it a […]

Tips for SoC ’07 Students

As noted on the mailing lists and other places, Dojo is once again an excited and grateful participant in Google’s Summer of Code program. A bit wiser from our experience from last summer, this year’s Dojo SoC is under the capable direction of Robert Coup and Neil Roberts. I’m volunteering to mentor again this year, […]