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Dojo 0.4.1 released – Most stable, feature rich version yet

Posted by Shane O'Sullivan on December 6, 2006

Dojo 0.4.1 is finally upon us, fixing many of the bugs seen in 0.4, and introducing a number of performance improvements, most notably in the internationalization code. See or for more info

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2 Responses to “Dojo 0.4.1 released – Most stable, feature rich version yet”

  1. arsenalist said

    You really like Dojo. I think it’s great but it’s also overkill for small/medium projects where JavaScript is used to enhance the experience rather than the core technology.

    The Google Web Toolkit and Scriptaculous are good competitors.

  2. Agreed, they are worthy competitors. However, regarding Dojo being overkill, I have to disagree. It can be as small and performant as you want it to be really – however, this can take some tweaking. There is a steep learning curve with Dojo, mostly due to the fact that it can just do so many different things that it can be hard to focus on one or two. The dodgy documentation probably doesn’t help either 🙂

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