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jwim

JWIM is a JavaScript window manager that allows programmers to load independent modules inside Web applications. It is totally AJAX based and does not make use of inner frames. Any module acts as an independent page, so it can display HTML, run JavaScript code, get access to HTML elements (in the same manner as document.getElementById does), and can be loaded multiple times. To achieve those features, modules have their own scope to store data and to run code. Modules can be loaded inside dynamically generated divs that behave like windows, or attached to HTML elements to build static layouts. Jwim is primarily intended to split large AJAX applications into small files that are loaded dynamically and run in an isolated environment.

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  •  13 May 2010 16:05

    Release Notes: Some features have been added and some bugs have been fixed.

    •  01 Apr 2010 15:19

      Release Notes: This is the initial release.

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