jMaki Beta 1.0 is Out!
providing all the pieces you need to tie together your applications.
common services and toolkits including Dojo, Flickr, Google, Mochikit, Spry, and Yahoo. Here is what jMaki provides:
- jMaki Styles CSS layouts and templates to build that act as frameworks for your web pages.
Find out more about jMaki on the jMaki home page or visit the downloads page. We recommend you use the jMaki Netbeans plugin whcih makes jMaki application development very simple. Using the plugin you can create new pages using the jMaki templates, drag and drop pre-configured jMaki widgets into a page, and configure the widgets using property editors.
Let us know what you think.