Fluid Infusion 0.6beta1 released!

Mara Hancock mara at media.berkeley.edu
Sat Nov 1 18:43:30 UTC 2008

Congratulations! I just wanted to commend you again for the great demo  
area. It makes all the difference in terms of really SHOWING what  
fluid is doing. Nice.


On Oct 31, 2008, at 12:00 PM, Anastasia Cheetham wrote:

> The Fluid Project is pleased to announce a beta release of Fluid
> Infusion 0.6, featuring a sneak peek at our Renderer and a preview of
> our Skinning System.
> Infusion 0.6beta1 is available for download at:
> http://fluidproject.org/index.php/downloads
> What's New in This Release?
>    * A sneak peek at the Fluid Client-side Renderer
>    * A preview of the Fluid Skinning System
>    * Numerous 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.
> Known Issues
> An up-to-date listing of known issues with this release is available  
> at:
> http://issues.fluidproject.org/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?mode=hide&requestId=10153
> 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.
> -- 
> 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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