NEWS & EVENTS
Conference: SVG Open 2009
October 2-4, 2009
Ample SDK: standards-based GUI Framework for client-side applications
During the session we will introduce the fellows to the architecture of Ample SDK framework and cover aspects of using SVG1.1, SMIL3 and DOM modules enabled in Ample SDK.
Conference: The Ajax Experience 2009
September 14-16, 2009
Using SVG cross-browser with Ample SDK
This session briefly covers the pitfalls of existing practices used in client-side application development and then moves on to introduce a new (old) standards-based approach made possible with the Ample SDK toolkit. Explore Ample SDK's framework architecture, its technologies and programming model, where an HTML componentization model plays one of the leading roles.
November in Ample SDK
December 2nd, 2009 by Mark Stone
As we promised at the Ajax Experience and SVG Open conferences, and later on announced in a blog post, Ample SDK is Open-Source project as of 1st November, 2009. You can now use it under GPL or MIT licenses. In this post you will find out about Project Changes, New development, Testing set up and other updates.
Set to go Open-Source!
October 31th, 2009 by Mark Stone
We are all set to go Open-Source in a couple of days! Source code is in the cloud, links created, tutorials written, reference updated.
New Tutorials section to help you get started
October 15th, 2009 by Mark Stone
We've split up documentation into tutorials and reference. Now Reference contains pure API-related details, while Tutorials hosts guides and articles.
FROM THE WEB
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 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