Release Notes: This is the stable 1.0 release.
Release Notes: This is a solid maintenance/bugfix release. A main focus was on consolidating and stabilizing some of the framework’s API. It nevertheless continues to ship with some larger features that are either new (form handling) or have matured (data binding). It is recommended that users upgrade their existing applications to this latest stable version.
Release Notes: Inspector was added, which is a cross-browser debugging tool like Firebug. Many improvements and bugfixes were made. This release was tested for all common browsers, including upcoming versions like IE8. Packaging and loading of qooxdoo applications was optimized. A CSS3 selector engine and a jQuery-like low-level API were added. A preview of the upcoming data binding layer and a preview of the new infrastructure for virtual widgets are included.
Release Notes: This release adds a completely-rewritten GUI toolkit and toolchain, impressive new theming possibilities with rounded corners, shadows, background gradients, etc., and major performance gains in the toolchain. It now works without Cygwin under Windows.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes and improvements were made in all classes. The fully cross-browser core logging functionality was greatly improved by incorporating some features of Firebug Lite. A major fix for memory leaks in the XMLHttp-based IO layer was committed. The code of the virtual table widget has been refactored and cleaned up. A new advanced alpha generator script was added (generator2) to handle large-scale Web applications. This maintenance release is recommended for all existing or new applications.
Release Notes: The rendering engine of the table was rewritten from scratch and now performs better for large data sets. A new application called "buildtool" was added to configure application Makefiles through a nicely designed Web frontend. The API viewer has a new search feature, which is also available for every qooxdoo-based application. Support for traditional Web pages was improved.
Release Notes: A new elegant class declaration syntax was introduced with advanced OO features like Java-like interfaces and Ruby-esque mixins. New full-blown dynamic properties were added, supporting init values, priorities, and inheritance. A completely new intuitive theme support for appearances, colors, borders, fonts, and icons was developed. Support for runtime switching of themes was made possible.
Release Notes: This release include a lot of bugfixes and improvements. Particularly, some IE7 issues have been fixed and the disposer code, which ensures qooxdoo applications are memory-leak free, has been made more complete. A “Quickstart” application has been added that runs out-of-the-box without the need to install any software. It is intended for users new to qooxdoo as one of the easiest ways to evaluate the framework and to play around with a simple application.