Dojo is a cross-browser AJAX/DHTML toolkit for building dynamic Web UIs. Dojo includes a rich-text editing component, an aspect-oriented event system, rich drag-and-drop support, a rapid-prototyping framework for building new widgets, and a full-featured abstraction for XmlHTTP I/O. In short, it's a very fast way to build Web interfaces.
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Release Notes: This minor release contains several high-priority fixes addressing CSS Query Selector regressions, plugs XSS vectors in the demos and components, and offers updated internationalization packages. All Dojo 1.3 users are advised to upgrade immediately.
Release Notes: This is the initial release of the 1.3 branch, and introduces several new DOM APIs, a new CSS Selector engine "Acme", and significantly improved performance in NodeList, Events, and Widgets. This release covers initial Internet Explorer 8 compatibility, improves Chrome and Safari compatibility, and addresses over 700 outstanding bugs.
Release Notes: Critical, but low-risk, bugs were fixed. One critical ContentPane regression was addressed. i18n bundles were updated. DnD fixes were made. Other minor test fixes and changes were made. A safe migration path for the 1.2 branch is offered. Neither 1.2.1 or 1.2.2 are published to the various CDNs, and 1.2.3 is expected to be the last dot-release on the 1.2 codebase.
Release Notes: This release contains critical, low-risk security and bug fixes for the 1.2 release, including several DataGrid issues in IE 7, internationalization updates, small drag and drop fixes, and a critical cross-domain RichText Editor fix. It addresses several Dijit performance issues.
Release Notes: This release adds major upgrades to Dijit (the UI system), including visual polish, an attribute manipulation API, speed improvements in the CSS selector engine, new widgets in DojoX, advanced cross-domain Ajax transports, charting events, GFX events, and accessibility improvements. Over 1,000 issues have been addressed across the three projects. A single-file download of dojo.js as a Base Utility library is now available.