HTMLi - 100% XSL AJAX Framework / News: Recent posts

HTMLi: 0.6 released!

HTMLi (HTML improved) is the AJAX framework that focuses in: * Transparent use for HTML designers * Multi-platform: 100% XSL (runs with Java, ASP, PHP, etc) * CSS Themes * Multi-Language * XML Handling - AJAX forms Live demo at

new version includes "auto" behaviour in new elements, like datepicker, richtext, source.

"auto" means that there is no need to write any javascript code to start, open or show elements, they just appear with a default behaviour.

Posted by Proda Software 2007-12-07

0.5.1 Version released

New version includes several bugfixes (Specially problems with XMLDocument and Firefox 2.0 - Most connections where migrated to httpRequests)

Some new useful attributes for Xsl and Xml elements. "Auto" attribute automatically retrieves an URL and processes the XML Transformation.

New Htmli sites online: See

Posted by Proda Software 2007-06-21

New Docs 0.4.1 Available

Some tutorials for PHP and Java/JSP with TLD's integration. Also a brief tutorial about extending HTMLi library

Posted by Proda Software 2006-11-03

Beta 0.4.1 Released

The new version allows radical changes in the behaviour of the htmli parser.
Parsing total times reduced to 33% of the previous ones.(0.3 and older)

Performance improvements: (1 pass instead of 2)
PHP Support
Bug Fixes in all elements
New Element: Slide Show
New Events for Elements

Posted by Proda Software 2006-10-19

Alpha version 0.2 released

Easier installation, all-libraries in one file.
-Window element: nested windows lost focus
New Features:
-Rich text editor element

Posted by Proda Software 2006-06-12

Alpha version 0.1 released

Standard library elements include
* DatePicker
* Menu
* Progress Bar
* Slider
* Splitter
* Status Bar
* TabPane
* Table
* Tree
* Window
Cross-browser compatibility: IE6, Firefox 1.x

Posted by Proda Software 2006-06-08

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