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Rialto Toolkit

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Rialto Toolkit

Rialto (Rich Internet Application Toolkit) is a cross browser Ajax-based JavaScript widgets library. Because it is technology agnostic it can be encapsulated in JSP, JSF, Python, .Net or PHP graphic components. Development ceased in 2012.[1]

The purpose of Rialto is to ease the access to Rich Internet application development to corporate developers. Ideally a Rialto developer have neither need to write or understand DHTML, Ajax, DOM code or RIA concepts.

Widgets library includes: forms, drag & drop, tree, data list with fix header and resizable columns, pop up, splitter and so on.

Rialto enables Single Page Application development, and is available under open source Apache License.

References

  1. ^ "Rialto Yahoo! group". 

External links

  • Rialto, Rich Internet Application Toolkit
  • Demo
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