Dojo 1.8.0 tagged, official release August 15

Well, it seems there’s no such thing as a soft launch when it comes to open source software. :) We’ve tagged the final code for Dojo 1.8.0 in our git and subversion repositories and submitted it to our CDN partners, but you won’t find it on dojotoolkit.org yet because we’re still finishing up some needed final updates to the site and documentation. In less than a week, on August 15, we’ll be officially releasing the latest version of Dojo, along with a raft of new documentation and detailed information on all the new features included in this release. In the meantime, hang tight, and we’ll be all set next Wednesday for the grand unveiling.

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7 Responses to Dojo 1.8.0 tagged, official release August 15

  1. I’m really glad for the Dojo 1.8, i also wanted to ask if the Documentation will be in an archive like the Dojo 1.7, congratulations to the Dojo team you guys rock.

  2. Evan says:

    Does D.O.H definitely work in the final code. It seemed to be broken to me in the RC1 of dojo 1.8.

    When trying to access:

    http://myHost/myRoot/dojo/util/doh/runner.html?test=mypath/test/module&paths=mypath,../../mypath

    I was seeing the following in firebug and the test page was not executing:

    NetworkError: 404 Not Found – http://myHost/myRoot/dojo/doh.js

    It seems unlikely doh would be broken but I have no idea what I was doing wrong. The same code worked fine with dojo 1.7.

  3. dustin brown says:

    what a nice perk to have some of the top developers in this space to be that excited about the release. It is also cool that they would notice it’s availability in relation to jQuery’s update as well. More people need to be talking about, using, and growing the dojo toolkit.

    keep up the good work!

  4. great job, it works like a charm!

  5. Balachandra Tejaswi Bitra says:

    It was independence day for INDIA on 15th August. Thanks for the release 1.8. Thanks for inspiring me.

  6. karthik says:

    We have identified the only way to display the dynamic data on UI is through JSON. So ,how can we convert a list of objects returned from database to JSON array and display it on UI

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