Thursday, March 24th, 2005

TIBET: Pushing JavaScript to its limits

Category: Ajax

<>p>The Technical Pursuit guys really like to push JavaScript to its limits.

I don’t envy them really :)

Visit their demo page and start up their ACE client. Crazy stuff :)

Tired of fighting to build effective, efficient, productive web apps? Ready to create web applications that improve your bottom line? Develop where you deploy, in the browser, and make it happen!

TIBETâ„¢ is client-side middleware and WYSIWYG tools for constructing
high-efficiency, high-productivity, highly-scalable web service
clients, web portals,
and standalone or embedded device web applications.

“I am your humble servant, and in awe of what you’ve done with JS.”
— Brendan Eich, JavaScript’s creator and Mozilla project leader.

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Posted by Dion Almaer at 11:19 am
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Tibet doesn’t function in Safari and therefore gets the official thumbs down.

http://h3h.net/2005/03/boo-ajax-promote-xap/

Comment by Brad Fults — March 24, 2005

Works fine for me. Looks very interesting, but very bizarre. I would have to spend more time on it than I can afford right now to figure it out, I think…

Comment by Jack William Bell — March 24, 2005

The “client-side middleware” link in the article is broken.

Comment by Bart — March 31, 2005

It is EXTREMELY interesting, but I am unable to find betas or any examples of its use on the web. Other than the home site discribing it (excitingly, but also vaguely), the package seems to be completely under the radar.

Where can I get Tibet(tm) in order to begin using and deciding on porting applicaitons to it if appropriate? That is my question.

Also, an addendum to the previous comment: both archive links are now broken.

Comment by Nickolas Nikolic — July 7, 2005

Yes, interesting. But what is the use if it is under the radar and nothing can be found to experiment with / build some testapps with?

If anyone found anything on Tibet, please mention it on this site.

Comment by Hans — July 10, 2005

Just a quick update on Tibet from the RSS feed:

http://www.technicalpursuit.com

The RSS feed says it is in final testing and will be finished in a few weeks:

“Turbo TIBET 1.0 enters final testing

Team TIBET expects this testing phase to last 2 to 4 weeks. For an early access release, send email to: info@technicalpursuit.com.Sun, 21 Aug 2005″

Comment by Nickolas Nikolic — August 30, 2005

[...] As far as I know, Tibet is the only Open Source project today which would be capable of making this happen and, right now, there’s no code available—you need to wait for the next release (due soon). Meanwhile, via Google, you’ll find people raving about Tibet all the way back to April 2001. [...]

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I’ve just read about TIBET and am trying to make anything with it. Unfortunately its page seems to be almost dead, all links go to their home page from which you can get much – no download, no demos, no nothing.

Maybe they are in a transitional state and this condition is only temporary?

Comment by Misha Gavryuchkov — July 22, 2006

Officialy dead, I presume…

Comment by ruve — November 18, 2006

“I’ve just read about TIBET and am trying to make anything with it. Unfortunately its page seems to be almost dead, all links go to their home page from which you can get much ”
Gee can you tell me more about it?
My dog is eating my computer book! lol..talk about a friendly dog!

Comment by Dog Friends — October 2, 2007

I am a bit lost about that info. I was thinking i would get info about immune system. oops…

Comment by your Immune system — October 14, 2007

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder… a little help from nature wont hurt either. Natural products for a beautiful you ladies

Comment by natural beauty online — October 25, 2007

Money is a reality in every comunity even Tibet. Of course there are countries that are less expensive to live in. But money is still among the major concern of everyday living.

Comment by Money and Tibet — November 19, 2007

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