[Fluid-announce] Fluid Infusion 0.6 Released!
a.cheetham at utoronto.ca
Fri Dec 19 16:07:00 UTC 2008
The Fluid Project is pleased to announce the final release of Fluid
Infusion 0.6, featuring updated Uploader and Pager, new versions of
Inline Edit, and previews of the new User Interface Options component
and the Fluid Skinning System.
Infusion 0.6b is available for download at:
What's New in This Release?
* Completely Refactored Uploader
* Two new flavours of Inline Edit: Dropdown and Rich Text
* Updated Pager component
* Sneak Peek of our new component: User Interface Options
* Preview of the Fluid Skinning System
* Many bug fixes
What is Fluid Infusion?
Fluid Infusion is a collection of rich, reusable, accessible user
interface components built for the Web. These components have been
designed by a cross-disciplinary team and thoroughly tested for
usability and accessibility. By incorporating Fluid components into
your web application's user interface, you will make your application
easier to use by more people. Easier to use means happier users.
An up-to-date listing of known issues with this release is available at:
Help us Build a Usable Web For Everyone
The Fluid Project is an open, collaborative development project. Our
goal is to improve the user experience of community source web
applications, so if you are a designer or developer and want to help
change the world, consider getting involved! The Fluid component
library includes not only full source code but also a designer's
toolkit that offers useful design, accessibility, and usability
strategies and documentation, all backed by a growing community of
interaction designers, user interface experts, and software developers
contributing a wealth of expertise in usability and accessibility.
Many thanks to everyone in the community for their hard work and
support for this release, and the Fluid Team wishes everyone a Happy
Anastasia Cheetham a.cheetham at utoronto.ca
Software Designer, Fluid Project http://fluidproject.org
Adaptive Technology Resource Centre / University of Toronto
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