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Trident Sandbox : Sandbox Scripting IDE

OP nazoraios

12th October 2014, 07:42 PM   |  #11  
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Service Now including WinJS framework
I now include and support Microsoft's WinJS library which allows browser apps to behave more like native apps. This WinJS library originally (and still is) used to create JavaScript AppStore apps, but it has been open sourced and made available to use in regular browser apps, as well as now having cross browser support.

If you visit my new landing page at : http://www.obeliskos.com/TridentSandbox you will be able to see some examples (HieroCryptes Notepad, Antikythera, and JSON Databank) which use a few of the new controls.

To see all available controls included with this WInJS library, you can try out Microsoft's own sandbox here : http://try.buildwinjs.com/

WinJS provide many UI controls like Hub, ListView, AppBar, NavBar, FlipView, ContentDialog, Pivot control, toggle buttons, as well as structural mechanisms like data binding, promises, javascript scheduler, etc.

If you have an old version of TridentSandbox it should update automatically and afterwards you may need to reload the page and you should be taken to a new landing page. If your version is very old, you might to delete the old appcache from (in Internet Explorer) Settings/Internet Options/Browsing History/Settings/Caching and Databases.
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