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JavaScript UI Framework
 
  • 100% JavaScript UI Framework
  • Open web technologies + jQuery API
  • Better build-/run-time performance
  • SVG in Internet Explorer 5.5-8.0
  • Cross-browser XUL (desktop-like UI)
  • Extensible SDK architecture
  • Custom Web Components
CURRENT VERSION: 0.9.4
(Released: 1st December 2012)
- CSS3 Transitions in IE6-8
- Custom Event interfaces
- XUL overlay, observes
- Content localization with AML
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NEWS & EVENTS
WHAT'S NEW AND COMING EVENTS

Event: JS in SA Conference

Johannesburg, April 2nd, 2011

Talk: Introduction to Ample SDK

Event: Javascript en entreprise

Paris, January 20th, 2011

Talk: The Ample SDK, declarative JavaScript UI

Event: Fronteers 2010 jam session

Amsterdam, October 6, 2010

Talk: Ample SDK: A tour de force

Come and hear about Ample SDK Framework and the latest additions to it. Event is free.

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Road ahead Ample SDK 0.9.5

December 5th, 2012 by Sergey Ilinsky

As some of you have already spotted, the development of 0.9.5 version has started. In this post I would like to highlight some of the major features and changes expected to happen in the new version and set the projected release date...

Ample SDK 0.9.4 Released

December 3rd, 2012 by Sergey Ilinsky

Greeting! With this post I am pleased to announce general availability of the new Ample SDK 0.9.4 build. Main development focus was on improving the core module of the SDK - runtime, yet multiple tweaks were applied to all UI languages too...

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Working for over 6 months now with Ample SDK definitely proved to me that Ample is one of the best frameworks to use for creating bigger enterprise applications. / Stef Hock, Nedstat BV

To me this looks very interesting. Kind of like Google Gears but without the annoying plugin and focused on rendering technologies instead of back-end technologies. But the premise is the same. Bring cutting edge features to browsers that do not yet support them. / eric2

The idea of a cross platform XUL implementation might not be new, but the quality of the implementation impresses me. An this time it’s not a leaky abstraction like GWT, hiding away all markup. If they really go Open Source then I am quite sure this will reshape Web Development! / Rusco