|Cleaning the XTEN framework.|
|Topic Started: Sunday, 2. September 2012, 15:04 (429 Views)|
|NuclearWarlord||Sunday, 2. September 2012, 15:04 Post #1|
(Move if misplaced, I'm not very sure of where this should go.)
Since I'm currently unable to really work due to being on a netbook until tomorrow, I'm deleting things out of my unreleased web development framework, XTEN (for eXTENsion), that I believe will not be used or needed, or will simply be useless.
I'm normally an application and system developer, but right now I'm just going to help my web team out a bit. Add me on Skype (or MSN) for a ton of info on the project that XTEN is for if interested, especially if you'd like to sign on to being a developer.
It's a fork of Dojo specialized to high performance and the site, for those wondering.
I'm going to compile a list of features here. Many are off of Wikipedia's comparison.
LESS (the CSS-scripting-thing)
Server push data retrieval
Some other methods of data retrieval (ATOM, CSV)
Back button support / history management
Input form widgets & Validation
Rich text editing
HTML generation tools
GUI resizable panels and modal dialogs
GUI page layout
HTML5 support (incl. Canvas)
Accessibility and graceful degradation
2D vector graphics
Charting and dashboard features
Current browser support:
Mobile browser support:
|Ferus Grim||Tuesday, 4. September 2012, 01:49 Post #2|
"Ego sum aeternam"
My brain doesn't comprehend the significance of this, though I'm sure it is great.
Can you explain it to me like I was a little child?
|NuclearWarlord||Saturday, 8. September 2012, 09:43 Post #3|
|It's kind of like jQuery, but specialized for a forum host. Dojo is a competing thing to jQuery.|
|Ferus Grim||Wednesday, 19. September 2012, 16:06 Post #4|
"Ego sum aeternam"
|Keep us posted on updates. :3 I'm interested in this development.|
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