Thursday, June 28th, 2007

Open-source Ajax widgets available from Dekoh

Category: Component

<>p>Dekoh is rolling out some of their widgets as open source standalone components.

New widgets will be released every week during the run-up to the product release of Dekoh itself, and they have started with a tag cloud.

To find out how you can embed it in your application or to download the widget source visit the documentation page. If you want to tweak your data model or want to use the widget with Ruby on Rails, you can go over the documentation here.

Dekoh Tagcloud

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Quintura promises to open its Ajax tagcloud widgets soon. No one else can offer such a floating context tech.

Comment by Eugene — June 28, 2007

awesome example, easy-to-follow documentation and best of all: up and running in less than 10 minutes without any problems.

Comment by Alex93053 — June 28, 2007

China Springboard is a Beijing-based traffic monetization company. We are seeking a widget developer who can develop widgets for our Chinese language parking page or assist us in localizing existing widgets. Any takers?

Ken

Comment by Ken — September 26, 2007

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