Rikulo now available on Google Dart's "Pub".
(PRWEB) October 26, 2012
Rikulo, a free and open source framework for creating incredible cross-platform web and native mobile applications in Dart & HTML5 is now available on “Pub”, repository for Dart programming language. Rikulo aims to provide developers with the easiest and most powerful way to create applications by bringing structure to the user interface.
Built on Google Dart, Rikulo pushes Dart’s structured programming which allows code to be run at the client and server into the UI for both web and mobile. Rikulo’s solution is "Structured UI Model" based on the philosophy which states “UI elements should be positioned using coordinates in relation to their parent”. This simple philosophy gives developer's the power they require when laying out components while keeping the implementation simple. This simplicity is the key, shielding developers from any need to interact with the DOM. However, it is also easy for developers to take control over the layout as Rikulo’s View supports HTML markup which means that should you need HTML & CSS capabilities, it is readily available to you.
Rikulo’s rigid infrastructure not only makes it really easy to develop an application but also easy in creating a Rikulo component which gives developers more convenience, flexibility and adventure. Rikulo Team hereby also wishes Dart language a happy birthday for its first anniversary and looking forward to more great things to come!
Potix Corporation develops and supports highly productive open source solutions in the area of Java and growing Dart. Our flagship product ZK, is the leading Java web framework for enterprise level web & mobile applications. Leveraging the powers of Dart & HTML 5, Rikulo is a framework for creating cross-platform web & native mobile applications.
Innovation is the most driving force behind the growing Potix. Potix delivered the first Server+client Fusion architecture, first embeddable Java web spreadsheet, first true pivot table and first Ajax framework to bring applications from mouse to touch in one codebase and component set.
ZK has more than 1,500,000 downloads since its first release in late 2005. ZK is deployed by a large number of Fortune Global 500 companies, including Barclays, Allianz, Swiss RE, eBay, Roche, Deutsche Bank, Sony, Sun Microsystems, Audi and Toyota, providing them with the ability to rapidly create rich Ajax enterprise level applications.