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The Floranta AJAX libraries are used to build Rich Client Wikis. Editable sticky notes can be created and positioned over any Web page (even plain HTML), and are capable of behaving as if they stored their entire state in the page. Floranta enables collaborative teamwork and creative activities like cartooning and collage creation, personal notes, ToDo lists, and blogging.

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  •  27 Jan 2006 09:53

    Release Notes: The bookmark features have been tidied up. The borders that appear on notes and pictures when they become bookmarks are now consistent across browsers. Thick blue borders appear on bookmarks even when they are editable. The bookmark borders are restored accurately when the card is deselected. Finally, the demo site now allows users to import bookmarks from their browsers.

    •  19 Dec 2005 19:49

      Release Notes: This release adds the ability to use floranta sticky notes as bookmarks, in order to have a picture to provide more information. You can see an example in the 'linguistics' project on the front page.

      •  10 Oct 2005 12:49

        Release Notes: This release contains libraries for an AJAX client user interface. The Floranta libraries allow a rich client wiki to be layered over any Web page. Users can post sticky notes even on plain HTML pages.

        •  16 Jun 2005 00:47

          Release Notes: This release has tools for creating collages with images on the web. This is an extension to the functionality added in 2.0.0 to create cartoon strips. There is a growing library of cartoon templates at cartoons

          •  08 Jun 2005 04:43

            Release Notes: Cartoon strips and picture collages can be created with the floranta client as of this release. The image support enables a wide range of creative endeavours within a Web-based collaboration environment.


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