Tuesday, September 12th, 2006

TIBCO GI Supports Firefox

Category: JavaScript, Library, TIBCO, Toolkit

TIBCO General Interface is a very powerful tool for building Ajax applications. One of the complaints has been the lack of support for Firefox, and it has been in the works.

We just heard that the support is available in a beta: TIBCO General Interfaceâ„¢ 3.2 Beta 1 with support for Firefox 1.5 is now available and also includes the following features:

  • New Matrix control combines Tree, List and Grid capabilities and adds built-in support for large data set scrolling and pagination
  • Chart package implemented in SVG to enable execution in Firefox without a plug-in
  • Load-time optimizations with automated fine-grain and deferred class loading
  • Deployment path flexibility
  • API and visual tooling enhancements throughout
  • Plus lots more as described in the release notes

NOTE: The TIBCO team will be at The Ajax Experience in Boston on October 23-25.

Posted by Dion Almaer at 11:22 am
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Ha! Finally! :-)

Now I have no more excuses not to download and start playing around with it!

Comment by Ivan Stojic — September 14, 2006

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