AJAX Toolkit Framework

Some of you may not be aware of another project being worked on by members of my team callled the AJAX Toolkit Framework (ATF). ATF provides an AJAX Tooling Environment in Eclipse that includes things like a DOM Inspector, an HTTP request monitor, JavaScript debugger, JavaScript editor with validation and code completion, and more. This functionality was created by embedding Mozilla technology into Eclipse using JavaXPCOM.

What's exciting is that we final got all through all the legal hurdles so you can now download one package that contains the entire environment, with stuff that isn't relevant to ATF removed. So just download the M4 milestone from here, unzip it and you can try it out. If you want to see how it works, you can check out the demos, but note that we are in the process of updating those to the new version.

I'll be at AJAXWorld next week talking about this project so feel free to look me up. I'll definitely be at the ATF presentation on Monday at 5:40 and I'll probably be hanging around IBM booth on the Expo Floor at other times. If you want to set up a time to meet with me about something specific while I'm out there, feel free to contact me.