Monday, December 3rd, 2007

Monthly Ajaxian Roundup for November, 2007: Defining JavaScript 2, making security less Caja, and mobile

Category: Roundup

>The heat is really on with JavaScript 2. It feels like yesterday that ourselves and Lambda were the only people interested in trickling out news on updates to ECMAScript. Now everyone has a hat in the ring shouting about it. Just a week ago we saw Brendan speak on the topic. Before that we had the question on the future of ECMAScript, Doug Crockford talking about the security angle, John Resig actually showing code instead of talk, and finally a little Caja in the form of an open source library to help security.

Here’s the detailed roundup:

Toolkits

Dojo

Prototype / Script.aculo.us

Mootools

jQuery

YUI

GWT

Ext

Browsers

JavaScript

Articles / Editorial / Utilities

Offline

General Web / HTTP / Standards

Showcases

Components / APIs

Goofy

Mobile

We launched a new mobile oriented site called devphone. Keep up with mobile news. The big news this month was the launch of Android, and the WebKit browser that you get to not only call out too, but embed in your applications.

Posted by Dion Almaer at 12:36 am
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So, have you got these roundups automated yet? ;) It’s been quite the month.

Comment by Dustin Diaz — December 3, 2007

http://www.crockford.com/html/

Comment by RStankov — December 3, 2007

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