Tuesday, December 23rd, 2008

Qooxdoo 0.8.1 and Playground

Category: JavaScript, Qooxdoo

Following close up on the 0.8 release, the Qooxdoo team wrote in to let us know about their new 0.8.1 release:

It’s a maintenance and bug fix
release, with 250+ bugs fixed, but also some interesting novelties
especially on the tooling and application side.

Among the interesting changes is a first step towards a new data binding framework. But the real news is a new Playground application that lets you play with Qooxdoo and see the results live in the browser, complete with syntax highlighting!

They use the excellent CodeMirror project to power the JavaScript code editor. Very cool way to get to know the JS APIs.

Posted by Ben Galbraith at 10:44 am
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Excellent application, I’ve been a fan for a while now. Not so sure about the stability / speed of CodeMirror, I think it’s ever important that online apps run smoothly on low-spec machines.

Comment by oopstudios — December 23, 2008

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