OpenLaszlo 4.0 Beta 1 With AJAX Support Released
Open Source Platform for Creating Zero-Install Web Apps With the UI Capabilities of Desktop Client Software.

Jim Grandy of the OpenLaszlo project has announced on the OpenLazlo blog that the OpenLaszlo 4.0 Beta1 candidate is available for download at OpenLaszlo.org. OpenLaszlo 4.0 is the official name for the "Legals" project which adds Ajax/DHTML into the available compile options for OpenLaszlo.

OpenLaszlo is an open source platform for creating zero-install web applications with the user interface capabilities of desktop client software. OpenLaszlo comprises a compiler for its LZX language and an optional server that provides service proxying and transcoding. OpenLaszlo allows developers to create web applications with a breakthrough user experience. It is offered for free under the business-friendly CPL license. 

In earlier releases, OpenLaszlo applications were compiled in .swf format to run on Adobe's Flash Player. With OpenLaszlo 4.0 Beta Release 1 (OL4B1), the option of compilation to DHTML (browser-native JavaScript) is added. 

 

Benefits :

In earlier releases, OpenLaszlo applications were compiled in .swf format to run on Adobe's Flash Player. With OpenLaszlo 4.0 Beta Release 1 (OL4B1), the option of compilation to DHTML (browser-native JavaScript) is added. 

 

Benefits :

 

Benefits :

• Develop standards-based rich Internet Applications that support any web browser with a single code base in XML and JavaScript
• Deploy them from any HTTP Web server in SOLO mode, or from a J2EE application server or Java servlet container running the OpenLaszlo Server under Linux, UNIX, Windows or Mac OS X
• Display them in any Web browser enabled with the Flash 6 Player or above, reaching 96% of all Web-enabled desktops


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Jim Grandy of the OpenLaszlo project has announced on the OpenLazlo blog that the OpenLaszlo 4.0 Beta1 candidate is available for download at OpenLaszlo.org. OpenLaszlo 4.0 is the official name for the 'Legals' project which adds Ajax/DHTML into the available compile options for OpenLaszlo.OpenLaszlo is an open source platform for creating zero-install web applications with the user interface capabilities of desktop client software.

Jim Grandy of the OpenLaszlo project has announced on the OpenLazlo blog that the OpenLaszlo 4.0 Beta1 candidate is available for download at OpenLaszlo.org. OpenLaszlo 4.0 is the official name for the 'Legals' project which adds Ajax/DHTML into the available compile options for OpenLaszlo.OpenLaszlo is an open source platform for creating zero-install web applications with the user interface capabilities of desktop client software.

Jim Grandy of the OpenLaszlo project has announced on the OpenLazlo blog that the OpenLaszlo 4.0 Beta1 candidate is available for download at OpenLaszlo.org. OpenLaszlo 4.0 is the official name for the 'Legals' project which adds Ajax/DHTML into the available compile options for OpenLaszlo.OpenLaszlo is an open source platform for creating zero-install web applications with the user interface capabilities of desktop client software.