New website for Acid.JS Web UI

I am happy to announce that the new website for the Acid.JS Web UI toolkit is already up and running with new design, improved accessibility, better user experience and loads of new and cool features.

Here are some of the highlights:

  • The Personal Bar at the top of each page allows you to:
    • Use Google to search Acid.JS.
    • Add pages to your very own bookmarks directly on the page that will be accessible when you return back to the site.
    • Add your very own notes in cool PostIt notes fashion which will be available after you return back to the site and will never expire unless you delete them.
  • New component purchase system for buying single components or component bundles via PayPal.
  • Improved user experience on component information pages with convenient tabs and direct access to the component demo, news, help page, purchase page, etc.
  • Tag cloud to see what is currently trending on Acid.JS.

The website is making heavy use of HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, offline storage and client/server-side JSON and XML.

Below are a few screenshots from the new website, or you can just go and give it a try!


Acid.JS Component Licenses Pricelist for August 2010

If you consider purchasing a component from Acid.JS, on the following page you will find the pricelist for the different licenses under which our products are being sold. The prices will be valid until the end of August 2010, and in the beginning of September  they will become higher for good, so hurry up – now’s the time!

More information on the available licenses is available on this page.

Version 6.0 of Acid.JS Web 2.0 Component Library is Out

I am happy to announce that the vew major version of Acid.JS Web 2.0 Component Library has been released with important updates – performance improvements, skin tweaks, addressed and fixed bugs, etc. of all included controls. There’s also a brand-new one – the state-of-the art AJAX ribbon bar.

Download the latest version of Acid.JS or take a look what’s new. To stay updated you may also like to subscribe to my blog RSS or Acid.JS Feed.

Forms.JS – Unobtrusive Form Elements Styling

Forms.JS is the successor of 6 separate controls for form styling, now consolidated in a single powerful component that will give you total control over the form elements on your page without any additional markup or sophisticated JavaScript. All you have to do is to add a single line of JavaScript in the head section of your webpage, define which elements will be styled, specify skinning region, set a skin, reload the page and leave the rest to Forms.JS. The component will seamlessly add cool Web 2.0 looks to input boxes, buttons, file inputs, checkboxes, radiobuttons and dropdowns.

 – View online demo of Form.JS
 – Forms.JS info page
 – Download Forms.JS

Forms.JS is included in the latest version of Acid.JS Web 2.0 Component Libary as well, so you can get it along with a bunch of other cool stuff.

Acid.JS Component Library 3.7 is Out With 1 Update and New Website

The new version of Acid.JS has just been released with one update * – version 2.0 of GuestBook.XML – an AJAX instant feedback component. I am also happy to announce the new website of the libary as well, so make sure you update your links.

* A couple of outdated components have been discontinued, and they are no longer shipped with Acid.JS – AJAX Photo Gallery, CSS Watermark, Antipixel Buttons.XML, Upload.XML, Skinnable Browser Dialogs and Page Announcement.XML.

Acid.JS Web 2.0 Component Library 3.6 is Out With 3 Updates

The new version of Acid.JS has just been released with three major component updates – AJAX Hotel Reservation Form 3.0, Web 2.0 AJAX Loading Panel 3.0 and Rounded Corners Panel 2.0.

Click here to view the release notes for the latest version.

Acid.JS Web 2.0 Component Library 3.5 is Out

The new version of Acid.JS has just been released with 2 new components – Acid.RSS and EULA.XML, updated versions of CheckBox.XML and RadioButton.XML.

Click here to view the release notes for the latest version.