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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Adobe Releases Spry Framework For Ajax

Adobe has released an Ajax framework Spry
From the Adobe site:
The Spry framework for Ajax is a JavaScript library for web designers that provides functionality that allows designers to build pages that provide a richer experience for their users. It is designed to bring Ajax to the web design community who can benefit from Ajax, but are not well served by other frameworks.
The first release of the Spry framework is a preview of the data capabilities that enable designers to incorporate XML data into their HTML documents using HTML, CSS, and a minimal amount of JavaScript, without the need for refreshing the entire page. The Spry framework is HTML-centric, and easy to implement for users with basic knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The framework was designed such that the markup is simple and the JavaScript is minimal. The Spry framework can be used by anyone who is authoring for the web in their tool of choice.
This is just the start of the project. We're releasing a preview build now so that you have plenty of time to give us feedback on what’s working for you, and what isn't. Your feedback and participation is important to us as we build out the framework.

To see what is possible using Spry, check out our Demos that show the Spry framework in action.
Photo Gallery—An XML-based photo gallery.
Product Table—An interactive data grid displaying XML-based data.
RSS Reader—An RSS reader showing how multiple XML files can be used to build a rich interface.

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