Projects / Gaia AJAX


Gaia Ajax is an AJAX library for ASP.NET and Mono. It is a "high-level library", meaning it abstracts away JavaScript 100%, and the developer doesn't have to write anything other than his favorite .Net language like C#, VB.NET, IronPython, or Boo (Mono).

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  •  31 Mar 2009 15:16

    Release Notes: This release has massive performance gains (up to 50%) in AJAX callbacks. The internal ViewState logic has been improved, with less data sent and faster applications. There are 20+ new features and enhancements. There is a built-in default skin, multi-file Upload, better AspectKey, and improved Hybrid Control Collection. There are over 60 bugfixes.

    •  13 Jun 2008 14:06

      Release Notes: This release adds a new license for component developers, serialization support for "non-Gaia" controls, and support for setting the Callback URL for pages. All samples are now 100% XHTML 1.0 compliant. All skins in Gaia are "95%" compatible with ExtJS skins. In Release builds, "common" JavaScript files are now concatenated. The whole library is now 100% XHTML compliant. User can now write Ajax Widgets without having to touch JavaScript. This release is made under GPL v3.

      •  21 Feb 2008 15:10

        Release Notes: The EXE file can also be used as an installer on Linux by using Mono.

        •  10 Oct 2007 09:58

          Release Notes: Safari is fully supported. A new property, "ScaleHeightToContent", was added in Window. A Focus method was added for most controls. An ajaxified FishEyeMenu control widget was added. The BringToFront method was added in Window. InPlaceEdit can now be set in SingleLine edit mode. The "light_blue" and "ivory_white" skins for Gaia Window were added. New widgets include DisappearingPanel, DraggablePanel, TabControl, and WizardControl. JavaScript files are now compressed.

          •  16 Aug 2007 09:43

            Release Notes: Many changes were made.


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