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January 2006

December 2005

MochiKit – A lightweight Javascript library

by macroron & 24 others
a highly documented and well tested, suite of JavaScript libraries that will help you get things done, fast. We took all the good ideas we could find from our Python, Objective-C, etc. experience and adapted it to the crazy world of JavaScript.

Particletree · Quick Guide to Prototype

by macroron & 27 others
JavaScript Client Side API Code - a simple library and syntax to use as a foundation for every project. - an amazing library of functions that we can rely on called Prototype.js to ease our JavaScript development practices.

DojoToolkit Home - Open Source JavaScript toolkit. Clientside Javascript To Download

by macroron & 67 others
ajax web2.0 + a comprehensive set of libraries for JavaScript, from which you can mix-and-match to suit the needs of your application. JavaScript functions and utilities that can be used independently of each other. The package system binds them together

Catalyst - The Elegant MVC Web Application Framework

by macroron & 4 others
Perl Module - MVC framework will make web development something you had never expected it to be: Fun, rewarding and quick.

Prototype JavaScript Framework: Class-style OO, Ajax, and more

by macroron & 96 others
a JavaScript framework that aims to ease development of dynamic web applications. Featuring a unique, easy-to-use toolkit for class-driven development and the nicest Ajax library around, Prototype is quickly becoming the codebase of choice for Web 2.0 dev

November 2005

Openomy, OmniDrive and AllMyData - Online Storage Just Got Interesting!

by macroron
Mashable Blog: Internet Entrepreneur ~Pete Cashmore on Web 2.0. I'm an entrepreneur, internet consultant and blogger. I'm currently working on projects involving open APIs and Web 2.0, including a startup called Noodly, which launches in early 2006. I'm a

She sells seashells by the Seaside - To Read*** ~Christopher Petrilli

by macroron
Avi Bryant’s continuation-based web framework Seaside, which is written in Smalltalk. Wow. That’s all I can say. After some recent work with Rails, I had come to admire the cleanliness of the framework—even if, on occasion, I had some complaints abo

July 2005

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