Tag Archives: community

A Visual History of Dojo

Dojo’s has as long a history as any chunk of JavaScript in wide use, and it’s easy to forget how long the road has been and how far the project has come. Will of the Lucid Desktop project has put together a code_swarm visualization of the project’s history to date. Lots of fun to see […]

Dojo 1.3 Is Out!

Dojo 1.3 is here! (download site) If you’re already using Dojo, this should be a no-brainer upgrade. It’s out-and-out better. As a quick example, dojo.create(“tagname”, { /*properties*/ }) is now the preferred way to build DOM nodes quickly. Its simple API will be natural to anyone who has used dojo.attr(). Even better, Pete’s exciting PlugD […]

dojo.beer in SF, tomorrow!

As noted on the main project blog, there’s a get-together tomorrow night (March 5th) at Le Trappe, one of the very best bars for beer in the bay area. We’re expecting a great cross-section of the Dojo community, so if you like Dojo and you like beer, RSVP online so we can avoid totally overwhelming […]

Matthew Russell Keeps The Good Stuff Coming

Matthew Russell, author of ORA’s “Dojo: The Definitive Guide” now has a companion blog where he’s posting new widgets complete with screencasts to explain them clearly. His awesome first outing includes a neat reflection widget that builds on AOL’s high-performance CDN hosting of Dojo and practices what Dojo preaches about pragmatic progressive enhancement. Awesome stuff!