Dojo Toolkit


Dojo is a JavaScript framework aiming the many needs of large-scale client-side web development. For and instance, Dojo abstracts the differences among diverse browsers to give aPIs that will function on all of them (it can even run on the server under Node.js); it ceates a framework for defining modules of code and managing their interdependencies; it gives build tools for optimizing JavaScript and CSS, generating documentation, and unit testing; it is compatible with internationalization, localization, and accessibility; and it gives a rich suite of commonly needed utility classes and user-interface widgets. Dojo is entirely open-source. The complete toolkit can be downloaded as a ZIP and is also hosted on the Google CDN. The toolkit consist about three thousand JavaScript modules, in addition to images and other resources. The Dojo Toolkit is organized in several parts: util includes build tools such as optimization, documentation, style-checking, and testing. dojo contains the core and most non-visual modules. dijit is a library of user-interface modules for widgets and layout. dojox holds assorted modules not yet considered stable enough to include in dojo or dijit.

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