• Gimme a “D”!

    Gimme a “D”!

    Carrie Rice | January 19, 2007

    This post marks the one week anniversary of the inception of the Dojo cheer squad. Though the facts are still unverified, this may well be the first ever all-male cheer squad in the history of the world. Perhaps even the universe. If not, it is the first ever all-male cheer squad in the history of

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  • Weekly Updates on Dojo Offline Toolkit

    Weekly Updates on Dojo Offline Toolkit

    Brad Neuberg | January 18, 2007

    Just to let folks know, we are posting weekly status updates for the Dojo Offline Toolkit over on the SitePen Labs blog every Monday. Make sure to check it out each week to see how our progress is going! View the blog here, or grab it’s RSS feed here for your RSS reader to subscribe

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  • Lightstreamer and SitePen demonstrate Streaming AJAX capabilities based on the Dojo Toolkit

    Lightstreamer and SitePen demonstrate Streaming AJAX capabilities based on the Dojo Toolkit

    Carrie Rice | January 17, 2007

    Milan, Jan. 17, 2007 – The Dojo Toolkit, a modular open source JavaScript library designed to ease the development of AJAX-based applications, has been integrated with Lightstreamer, a high-performance Streaming-AJAX (Comet) engine. SitePen has developed a Dojo application showing real-time server-pushed data displayed through tables and charts. Lightstreamer is a push server for live data

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  • Dojo Charting + Lightstreamer Comet Demo

    Dojo Charting + Lightstreamer Comet Demo

    Dylan Schiemann | January 16, 2007

    We’re pleased to announce that we’ve integrated Dojo’s Charting and Filtering Table widgets with Lightstreamer’s Comet server. A demo is available, as is the example source code to try it out yourself. From the Dojo Toolkit perspective, we aim to make Dojo work efficiently with any commercial or open source Comet server instance, and partnering

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  • Dojo Offline Toolkit Status Report for Week Ending January 14th, 2007

    Dojo Offline Toolkit Status Report for Week Ending January 14th, 2007

    Brad Neuberg | January 16, 2007

    Overview Every week we will be sending out a status report on the Dojo Offline Toolkit project to keep folks abreast of what we have accomplished the last week and what is planned for the week ahead. Last Week The big task last week was finishing mockups of what potential offline-enabled web applications might look

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  • Offline Gmail and Blogger Using the Dojo Offline Toolkit

    Offline Gmail and Blogger Using the Dojo Offline Toolkit

    Brad Neuberg | January 9, 2007

    [Note: This blog post is out of date. For up to date information on Dojo Offline please see the official web page.] Introduction The best way to start development on a programming framework is to ground it in the kinds of user interfaces it will be used in. This ensures that you don’t create astronaut

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  • Dojo Offline Toolkit Status Report for Week Ending January 7th, 2007

    Dojo Offline Toolkit Status Report for Week Ending January 7th, 2007

    Brad Neuberg | January 8, 2007

    Overview Every week we will be sending out a status report on the Dojo Offline Toolkit project to keep folks abreast of what SitePen has accomplished the last week and what is planned for the week ahead. Last Week On Tuesday we kicked off the project with a blog post on the SitePen blog (view

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  • SitePen Presents…

    SitePen Presents…

    Carrie Rice | January 8, 2007

    For the past year, SitePen has been providing Dojo training at our clients’ request and more recently we’ve seen an increase in individuals requesting open workshops. Developers who are looking for a solid training course but whose companies have neither the capacity nor the resources to hold private onsite workshops need look no further. We’re

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  • Going Data-Driven

    Going Data-Driven

    Alex Russell | January 7, 2007

    Dylan’s last post on performance is only one in a series we’ll be running on the topic, and as promised this post is all about the tools of the trade for doing Ajax app performance tuning and how to use them. Here at SitePen, we often get called into a project when the heat is

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  • 2006 Rocked.

    2006 Rocked.

    Carrie Rice | December 16, 2006

    SitePen had a fantastic year. The projects were fun and challenging, we met cool people with even cooler ideas, and while we may still be cringing from some, the lessons learned allowed for 3 gigantic, scissor steps forward! It has been such a liberating experience to work with so many intelligent, energetic, and seriously hilarious

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  • SitePen Project Praised by the Fool!

    SitePen Project Praised by the Fool!

    Torrey Rice | November 20, 2006

    One of our recent projects was mentioned on the Motley Fool on September 18, 2006! Against that backdrop are both AdMob and Handango, each of which could profit handsomely from smartphone demand. But I’m a bit more intrigued by AdMob. Founded just a few months ago (!), AdMob has one of the most impressive websites

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  • Greenplum and SitePen Bring Real-time Visualization to the Web

    Greenplum and SitePen Bring Real-time Visualization to the Web

    Carrie Rice | November 7, 2006

    Companies collaborate to contribute first in-browser real-time charting capability SAN FRANCISCO, Web 2.0 Conference, Nov. 7, 2006– Greenplum, the leader in the use of open source databases for enterprise-class business intelligence (BI) and data warehousing, and SitePen, Inc., a web-development company known for its work with cutting-edge technologies like AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML), today

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