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Dojo Toolkit

Dojo Toolkit

Dojo Toolkit is an open source modular JavaScript library designed to ease the rapid development of cross platform, JavaScript/Ajax based applications and web sites. It proves all the necessary building blocks to develop desktop-style Rich Internet Applications.

The Dojo Foundation is sponsored by IBM, Sun Microsystems, JotSpot, OpenLasio and others.

 Dojo Toolkit 1.9.1

Price
Free to download

Size
7.9MB
License

BSD License or Academic Free License 2.1

Developer
The Dojo Foundation

Website
dojotoolkit.org

System Requirements

Support Sites:
Documentation, Reference Guide, Blog, Mailing List, Build an Ajax application with the Dojo Toolkit, Overview

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Refactored Microkernel
  • Feature detection
  • Standard module format and loader
  • DOM wrapped
  • XMLHttpRequest data retrieval
  • JSON data retrieval
  • Server push data retrieval
  • Drag and drop
  • Simple visual effects
  • Animation / advanced visual effects
  • Event handling
  • Back button support / history management (with plugin)
  • Input form widgets & validation
  • Grid
  • Hierarchical Tree
  • Rich text editor
  • Autocompletion tools
  • HTML generation tools
  • Widgets themeable / skinnable
    • Menus, tabs, and tooltips
    • Sortable tables
    • Dynamic charts
    • 2D vector drawings
    • Animated effects—fades, wipes and slides—facilities for custom animation effects
    • Tree widgets that support drag-and-drop
    • Various forms and routines for validating form input
    • Calendar-based date selector, time selector, and clock
    • Core widgets
    • Maps (geographical openlayer-based maps & dashboard vector-based maps)
    • Gauges (horizontal, vertical, circular)
    • Also for 3D
  • GUI resizable panels and modal dialogs
  • GUI page layout
  • Canvas support
  • Mobile/tablet support
  • Language Helpers
  • Accessibility / graceful degradation
  • Asynchronous communication
  • ARIA compliant
  • Developer tools, Visual design
  • Packaging system to facilitate modular development of functionality in individual packages and sub-packages
  • Cross-browser 2d vector graphics
  • Charting and Dashboard
  • Ajax I/O
  • Asynchronous Loading
  • Local, client-side storage abstraction named Dojo Storage
  • Support for Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR)

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