jMaki 1.8.1 and GlassFish V3 Prelude now available.
jMaki 1.8.0 release contains performance enhancements which help improve page load times.
I got to help out with the EJB 3.1 keynote demo for JavaOne. Although the demo shows how simple it is to perform CRUD operations using EJB 3.1, this blog focuses on the communication between the client side jMaki components and server side servlet.
I found that TravelMuse is a great site to help plan vacations and I was excited to learn that they use jMaki to build the site.
Last week at Community One day, the jMaki session included a couple of speakers from the community. It is great to see jMaki used in the real world.
To prepare for our JavaOne session, GWT and jMaki: Expanding the GWT Universe, I decided I should add a jMaki Yahoo widget to a GWT application. Here is what I did.
There's lots of ways to learn about jMaki this year.
Come see us at CommunityOne and JavaOne 2008.
I've gotten a few questions about how to get datainto jMaki widgets. This blogs describes the different ways in jMaki to load data into widgets.
There's a lot of new functionality in this release of jMaki. Performance enhancements, new widgets, upgrades to Yahoo 2.5 and Dojo 1.0.2, documentation and the new jMaki webtop are just some of what you will find.
Recently I wanted to load data from a blog feed into a jMaki widget. Here I describe how to do just that.
We just posted the jMaki wrappers for many of the Dojo Dijit 1.0.2 widgets. Check it out.
In a joint effort with the ExtJs toolkit team, the jMaki wrappers for the ExtJs 1.1 toolkit are now available, jmaki-ext-1.0.1.zip. Included are wrappers for the menu, grid and tree widgets from the ExtJs toolkit. The wrappers support the jMaki data and event models as described on our wiki.
You have several options for including the widget library in your application. If you use NetBeans...
jMaki, a client server framework for creating Ajax web applications, is how shipping release 1.0.3
jMaki 1.0.1, a client server framework for creating Ajax enabled web applications, is now available. This release contains many bug fixes and limited features.
I just made a few more widgets available for the jMaki framework.
I created a simple app as a demo that uses Google Gears for local storage and also sends data to the server upon user request. I showed this at AjaxWorld where there was alot of interest so I decided I would blog about it.
The question about paging through data in a table comes up enough that I decided to answer in a blog.
This blog describes how to use jMaki actions and events to drive behavior or data in widgets. I will build a simple end to end application that shows the main concepts of widgets driving widgets (behavior) and also getting data from a server when needed.
Since I posted a blog last December on building web 2.0 apps with jMaki, several new features have been added to make building the app much easier. This blog shows the new way to build the same app.
The jMaki data models have been formally specified and as of last week build .9.6 implements all specifications.