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Dojo 0.9 released

Posted by Shane O'Sullivan on August 22, 2007

The latest version of the Dojo Ajax Toolkit has just been released into the wild. Version 0.9 is a very streamlined progression of the toolkit, with many of the less essential features pushed out to another project, DojoX, and the Dojo widgets given their own project, Dijit.

Another big change is the the main JavaScript file in Dojo, dojo.js, is no longer customisable. It now contains the most common features required by most web developers, and nothing more. As a result, it is far smaller than previous incarnations, down to ~24k when gzipped.

Some resources:

James Burke has written up a very informative post about what exactly is baked into the default build of dojo.js, which you can find at http://dojotoolkit.org/2007/08/22/dissecting-0-9s-dojo-js . Well worth a read.

Bill Keese wrote up a guided tour of 0.9 at http://dojotoolkit.org/2007/08/20/dijit-0-9-guided-tour.

The Dojo book for version 0.9 can be found at http://dojotoolkit.org/book/dojo-book-0-9-0. It’s almost finished (almost!) as of today, Aug 22 2007.

The Ajaxian post on Dojo 0.9 can be read at http://ajaxian.com/archives/dojo-09-final-version-released.

Download the toolkit from http://build.dojotoolkit.org/0.9.0. This page gives some information on how you can use Dojo from AOL’s hosting servers, so you never have to download it at all.
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2 Responses to “Dojo 0.9 released”

  1. FYI, Bill Keese wrote the guided tour, not me🙂

  2. Shh… just take the kudos….. Too late, fixed now😉

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