• Moxie Demo

    Moxie Demo

    Brad Neuberg | March 6, 2007

    Someone managed to upload a document that broke Moxie — I’ve removed this document from the Moxie database and cleaned up most of the test docs people added to Moxie, leaving just a few. Go ahead and give Moxie + Dojo Offline a try if you haven’t before.

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  • Dojo Offline Toolkit Status Report for Week Ending March 5th, 2007

    Dojo Offline Toolkit Status Report for Week Ending March 5th, 2007

    Brad Neuberg | March 5, 2007

    Sorry about getting this up a little late in the day; I’m actually in Redmond, Washington right now to attend a Microsoft research event at their R&D labs. I just got situated at my hotel and found a WiFi network to work from to start hacking on code and post this status report. Last Week

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  • Screencast of Dojo Offline + Demo + Release Download

    Brad Neuberg | February 26, 2007

    [Note: This blog post is out of date. For up to date information on Dojo Offline please see the official web page.] Hi folks; lots of news on the Dojo Offline front.First, we have put up a screencast that shows a demo of Dojo Offline named Moxie. Moxie is an example application bundled with Dojo

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  • Dojo Offline Toolkit Status Report for Week Ending February 18th, 2007

    Dojo Offline Toolkit Status Report for Week Ending February 18th, 2007

    Brad Neuberg | February 19, 2007

    Last Week The JavaScript layer for Dojo Offline, including the Moxie demo, were brought to functional completion. This means we have syncing working, including local data storage — Moxie now illustrates and shows both. Dojo Offline (the JavaScript libraries) will work even without the smal client-side proxy being finished, though it will not be reliable

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  • New Dojo Offline Release: Offline Files + Automatic Network Status

    New Dojo Offline Release: Offline Files + Automatic Network Status

    Brad Neuberg | February 5, 2007

    [Note: This blog post is out of date. For up to date information on Dojo Offline please see the official web page.] Hot off the presses, here is another release of the Dojo Offline Toolkit. For the demo inclined, here is Moxie, our test web application, with the new release. Read the rest of “New

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  • Code Finished for Dojo Offline’s Default User Interface

    Code Finished for Dojo Offline’s Default User Interface

    Brad Neuberg | January 31, 2007

    [Note: This blog post is out of date. For up to date information on Dojo Offline please see the official web page.] We have posted up the default user-interface widget for Dojo Offline; this is all coded up now in JavaScript and is complete. This means all the default user-interface code, which lives in dojo.dot.ui,

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  • Dojo Offline Toolkit Status Report for Week Ending January 28th, 2007

    Dojo Offline Toolkit Status Report for Week Ending January 28th, 2007

    Brad Neuberg | January 29, 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 After a bunch of thought to ensure an easy-to-use and powerful API, we blogged what the

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  • Dojo Offline Toolkit Status Report for Week Ending January 22st, 2007

    Dojo Offline Toolkit Status Report for Week Ending January 22st, 2007

    Brad Neuberg | January 22, 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 the Dojo Offline API. Lots of great people gave

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  • 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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