Monday, September 3rd, 2007
The Dojo team released v0.9 last week which included some big enhancements to the Dijit component library, the core of Dojo and DojoX. While its always good to hear about new features coming out, it’s equally important to know who is benefiting from the enhancements.
Alex Russell, lead developer of the Dojo project, did just that in a recent blog post:
In particular, Plaxo Pulse, AOLâ€™s TinyBuddy (app here) and the new Bloglines beta are all 0.9 based and the experience really shows it. Theyâ€™re all â€œdata streamâ€ apps, things you fire up and then leave open or spend lots of time in, and theyâ€™re amazingly useable, responsive, and useful.
These are impressive names and really shows the power that the Dojo framework provides. Great job Alex and the Dojo team!
Posted by Rey Bango at 8:00 am