HTML_AJAX 0.3.0 is huge leap forward from the previous versions, although it still remains mostly backward compatible with earlier releases. Currently the only change in API occurs in Main.js – some event handlers were colliding so name changes were made. The effected methods are onOpen -> Open, onLoad -> Load, onProgress -> Progress, onSend -> Send. This shouldn’t affect too much code.
One of the most important and exciting changes with HTML_AJAX 0.3.0 is the addition of three new developers who have been putting a lot of time into the project. They totally eradicated every item on the original todo list, and the feature roadmap has jumped ahead.
The examples directory has some great new code to show the power and flexibility that HTML_AJAX can provide in applications. There’s still a lot to do, just take a look at the roadmap, but with this release a huge amount has been accomplished.
As always were still looking for new people to help out. People willing to put time in testing and supply bug fixes for there browser of choice would be especially helpful. It doesn’t take a lot of time unless your favorite browser is horribly broken, but the through testing makes a huge quality difference.
The couple pages of docs I’ve had here on my blog are moving there. Were using yawiki from Paul M Jones, and aside from a couple minor points its been great to work with.