Yesterday, Adobe released an update to the Ajax framework, Spry, bringing it up to version 1.3.
You can check out the full details of the changelog here, but here’s the brief rundown:
- Introduced Spry Effects, the 3rd portion of the Spry Framework.
- Removed documentation from the zip. All docs will be available online on Labs site as HTML and PDF.
- Changes to SpryData.js
- Updates to SpryAccordion.js
- Gallery Demo updated to use new SpryEffects.js
Good news for Spry users, Adobe just released version 1.2 of Spry!
I had a chance to play around with it a bit last weekend and was really impressed. I managed to easily parse some XML and build expanding/collapsing tables and record viewers as well as integrate Spry with Google Maps and Yahoo! Maps (I’ll post some examples when I get some time).
In the meantime, go download the latest version of Spry and check out the changelist.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Spry (yet have managed to read this far down), here’s a brief clip from the release notes: