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Echo2 Web Framework

Echo2 is a reinvention of the Echo Web Framework built around an AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) rendering engine. It aims to provide a component-oriented/event-driven toolkit for developing Web applications that approach the capabilities of rich clients.

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  •  03 Feb 2009 10:19

    Release Notes: This release contains minor updates and bugfixes. Improvements include full client and server API documentation coverage and JSLint cleanups.

    •  10 Apr 2008 14:51

      Release Notes: All JavaScript code was migrated to use the CoreJS inheritance model. Various bugs were fixed.

      •  09 Aug 2006 12:28

        Release Notes: This release added support for setting render IDs on Components such that Echo2 applications may be tested with browser-based unit-testing environments such as Selenium.

        •  26 Jul 2006 15:08

          Release Notes: IE6 rendering of Table and Grid components was improved. IE6 CSS emulation capabilities were improved for four sided positioning. A startup progress indicator was added.

          •  03 May 2006 13:25

            Release Notes: Support was added for translucent title bars on translucent WindowPanes. An unnecessary vertical scroll bar drawn adjacent to a document in Internet Explorer was removed. A visual issue with the SplitPane component when used with Echo2Extras transition effects was corrected. A new online demo application was added to demonstrate Echo2 as well as the Echo2Chart and Echo2Extras projects.


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