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Dojo Toolkit – JavaScript 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.

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).

Website: dojotoolkit.org
Support: Blog
Developer: The Dojo Foundation
License: BSD License or Academic Free License 2.1

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