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The IWL includes several widgets with which consistent Web pages can be built quickly. The structure resembles the DOM tree, with the API mimicking Javascript very closely. The widgets themselves can be used as stand-alone object in an already existing scripts, or can be used to build new scripts from the ground up. They can be finalized in both HTML markup and JSON notation, which can be used for scripts. More advanced widgets like the Iconbox come with Javascript files that are automatically included when the widget is finalized as HTML.

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  •  13 Mar 2009 21:18

    Release Notes: IWL::Manual::Tutorial has been added. Objects can unrequire resources (IWL::Object::unrequire). Registering an event will automatically require the needed JS files. New buttons, based on tables, were added. The speed of rendering was increased.

    •  03 Jul 2007 22:12

      Release Notes: Speedups in Internet Explorer. Internally escapes every string that is passed to the browser using an 'escape' compatible function. Complete test coverage. Documentation improvements. More methods.

      •  26 Jun 2007 21:46

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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