Dojo 1.1 is mighty slick

Apr 14, 2008 14:47 · 148 words · 1 minute read dojo

Alex Russell picked out a few great highlights from the new Dojo 1.1 release and has a nice little essay on open source to boot:

I could go on for a long, long time about what’s great in Dojo 1.1…but I’ll spare you most of that. James, Pete, Dylan, and the release notes can give you a strong sense of why Dojo 1.1 is the most polished, fastest, and easiest-to-use release of Dojo we’ve ever done. For the impatient, you can already start using it from the CDN without downloading anything.
[From Continuing Intermittent Incoherency » Dojo 1.1: Some Awesome For You App]

Dojo is reaping the rewards of having spent a lot of time getting their infrastructure together. 1.1 really improves so many parts of the package.

(ObDisclaimer: I’m not directly involved in the Dojo project myself, but I work directly with core Dojo folks at SitePen.)