Release Notes: There have been several Core API improvements and several Core improvements, notably more efficient event handling. There have been major feature enhancements for the JS engine (support for 'this', 'instanceof' keywords, constructors, and proxy list objects), as well as optimizations (much leaner maps and arrays), and major fixes for other JS features including cloning. There have been many small, iterative improvements to the Widgets, including some new widgets. The launcher has been improved, and there are many other fixes to all areas of the platform.
Release Notes: Vexi now supports the JSON-enabling JS functions eval() and stringify(). There are numermous bugfixes to the core and small updates to the widgets. Vexi now runs on Mac OS X again.
Release Notes: A new JS engine, massive cleanups, much improved stability, years of work on the widgets, and in general massive advancements in the codebase are just some of the highlights since the project last made a stable release.
Release Notes: The platform was completely overhauled and now incorporates new Ibex technology, is much faster and cleaner, has a new Ant-based build system, has migrated entirely to Eclipse+SVN for development, has an Eclipse development plugin, has several commercial applications using it, and is generally much healthier as a project.
Release Notes: This release is well tested and in use in several production environments. The core is solid and stable, with the flaky balanced tree replaced. The widgets have been greatly developed and now include tables, trees, flowing text, and all the other standard complex widgets you would expect in any GUI platform.
Release Notes: There are numerous bugfixes and speed improvements.
Release Notes: The user experience was vastly improved. This release also includes a preview of the Launcher, which can be used to launch Beta 2 for those with Java-enabled browsers. The core is much faster and more robust, with API updates and hundreds of bugfixes. The widgets were greatly improved with new widgets, important infrastructure enhancements, hundreds of bugfixes, and full use of the core API updates.