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Description - XAP is a client side declarative Ajax framework for building and deploying rich internet applications

Date of entry - June, 2006

The top three items to resolve in last report have seen very good progress:
   1. Dojo 0.9 migration - XAP is currently using Dojo 0.4 as the default Ajax toolkit. Dojo 0.9 is a complete rewriet of Dojo. Though it is not compatible with Dojo 0.4, Dojo 0.9 seems to have fixed many problems of Dojo and is likely to become a solid foundation for future Ajax development. XAP developers are investigating whether/when/how to migrate to Dojo 0.9.
   2. Release - XAP has made one release within the community so far (XAP 0.3 release on March 2007);
   3. Growth of community - XAP community is growing, we see more and more contributions in many forms from people other than the initial committers: feedback on the mailing lists, documentation and code patches... The commuity has voted to add a new committer.

Community aspects:
    * Contributions from various non-committers continued in areas such as bug reports, code patches, and discussions;
    * Vote of a new committer passed
    * Coach Wei gave a talk on Apache XAP and Declarative Ajax at AjaxWorld Conference in march 2007 at NYC;
    * We have reviewed the web site tracking and added mechanism to collect XAP download statistics.
    * jQuery integration is done. XAP customers can leverage jQuery as well - plugin available both from jQuery website and XAP website(http://jquery.com/plugins/project/xModify).


Code aspects:
    * Significant work went into xModify - now we have a 3KB engine (leverages jQuery) for declaratively "ajaxify" HTML web applications. Customers can get "Ajax" result without writing a single line of Javascript, by using the 3KB "xModify with jQuery" module.
    * Web site has been updated
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August 2007 Board reports (see ReportingSchedule)

These reports are due to the Incubator PMC by 8 August 2007


AltRMI

AltRMI was retired in January.


Abdera


Lokahi


NMaven


ServiceMix

The ServiceMix community has voted for graduation and the Incubator PMC has voted to accept ServiceMix graduation as a TLP (Guillaume Nodet has been voted as the PMC chair).

ServiceMix 3.1.1 has been released on 04/Jul/07, and we are planning a 3.1.2 after graduation has completed.

Thomas Termin and Gert Vanthienen has joined the PPMC.


stdcxx


TSIK


Tuscany


Woden


WSRP4J


XAP

Description - XAP is a client side declarative Ajax framework for building and deploying rich internet applications

Date of entry - June, 2006

The top three items to resolve in last report have seen very good progress:

  1. Dojo 0.9 migration - XAP is currently using Dojo 0.4 as the default Ajax toolkit. Dojo 0.9 is a complete rewriet of Dojo. Though it is not compatible with Dojo 0.4, Dojo 0.9 seems to have fixed many problems of Dojo and is likely to become a solid foundation for future Ajax development. XAP developers are investigating whether/when/how to migrate to Dojo 0.9.
  2. Release - XAP has made one release within the community so far (XAP 0.3 release on March 2007);
  3. Growth of community - XAP community is growing, we see more and more contributions in many forms from people other than the initial committers: feedback on the mailing lists, documentation and code patches... The commuity has voted to add a new committer.

Community aspects:

  • Contributions from various non-committers continued in areas such as bug reports, code patches, and discussions;
  • Vote of a new committer passed
  • Coach Wei gave a talk on Apache XAP and Declarative Ajax at AjaxWorld Conference in march 2007 at NYC;

  • We have reviewed the web site tracking and added mechanism to collect XAP download statistics.
  • jQuery integration is done. XAP customers can leverage jQuery as well - plugin available both from jQuery website and XAP website(http://jquery.com/plugins/project/xModify).

Code aspects:

  • Significant work went into xModify - now we have a 3KB engine (leverages jQuery) for declaratively "ajaxify" HTML web applications. Customers can get "Ajax" result without writing a single line of Javascript, by using the 3KB "xModify with jQuery" module.
  • Web site has been updated



Yoko

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