Ample SDK consists of a Ample Runtime (or Core) and User Interface Markup Language implementations. Ample Runtime implements DOM (Level 3) objects, XML languages, objects facilitating work with XML, XSL-T, and a whole range of UI services. Every UI Markup Language implementation is included separately depending on your needs and specifics of the User Interface you build.
Ample SDK can easily be extended by prototyping existing or new objects. You can also create new components or entire languages that suit best your User Interface specifics.
Ample SDK Runtime is fully functional in all modern web browsers. User Interface languages are still being implemented/tested and some quirks might be observed.
Ample SDK is distributed using a dual-licensing approach under MIT and GPL licenses. Refer to Licensing section for more details.
The easiest way to get started is looking into examples folder and running
its examples/index.html from your browser. You may also reffer to the
API Reference by accessing reference/index.html from your browser or online where you can also find Tutorials and other project related information.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· The main development focus in this release was on improving stability and features of the core module of the SDK - runtime.
· Multiple tweaks were applied across all UI languages implementations too.
· Almost a hundred issues and feature requests have been addressed in this version, thanks to community feedback and support.
· Amongst the highlights are a CSS3 transitions shim for IE6-9, a bind() function, Date now() shims, XUL observes and overlay elements, support for custom Event interfaces and XML processing instructions, content localization with @aml:content and @aml:values attributes, and more.