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conjoon – bundled preview available

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ALL NEW!

Yes, you might think the “ALL NEW!” stamp is kind of cheesy and the colors might be too bright, but that’s just how I’d like to announce the immediate availability of a preview version for conjoon 0.1 – in a very reserved way, of course.

conjoon V0.1RC1Pr935 is available from the conjoon project page and brings you a sneek peak of things to come. This release brings you

  • system sounds
  • configurable workbench, i.e. lots of drag & drop goodies
  • a Twitter client with lots of features
  • enhanced Youtube panel
  • backend performance improvements (caching)
  • Ext 3.0 to allow for a more stable, even faster responding UI
  • Zend Framework 1.9.4 to allow for a more stable backend
  • backend support for Ext.Direct-API (stacked requests, stacked responses)
  • bug fixes, enhancements, and more…

There are some known issues with IE7/IE8 related to some user extensions that conjoon uses, that’s why I labeled the release as a preview and offer a “build” version only (i.e. no dev sources), but it’s fully functional in all other major browsers. Go grab your copy, it’s totally free. If you want to leave feedback, I’d be more than happy to welcome you in the conjoon forums!

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Thorsten is the author of the conjoon open source project and the Ext.ux.Livegrid component. In this blog he writes more or less frequently about his current projects and web development in general.

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  1. nctag  December 14, 2009

    Hi Thorsten

    First of all congrats to your earliest release of conjoon. If there is enough time I’ll take a copy and do some testing round Christmas holidays.

    Anyway, I wanted to ask you wheter you are sheduling any work on the LiveGrid component? In the public Ext forums there are several bugs reported. There is also an upcoming Ext 3.1 release under which your LiveGrid won’t work without patching (see the Ext forums too).

    All what I want to know is how you plan to go on through?

    Thanks.

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