Articles by ‘Tom Occhino’

MooTools 1.2.1 Released

Written By Tom Occhino, on Thursday, October 16th 2008, 4:02pm

In keeping with our new pledge to release more often, we’ve been working hard lately to get 1.2.1 ready for release, and we’re finally happy with it. This release brings a ton of bug fixes, and is a drop in replacement for 1.2.0. (That’s right, no breaking changes!)

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What’s going on with MooTools

Written By Tom Occhino, on Tuesday, September 23rd 2008, 5:44am

A very brief article to explain what’s happening in the world of MooTools, and provide users with some links so they can get further information if they feel they need it.

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Snippely!

Written By Tom Occhino, on Saturday, March 15th 2008, 6:52pm

With the initial release of Adobe AIR, a lot of web developers (myself included) are starting to get excited about developing rich web applications that run natively on the desktop across platforms. We’ve already seen several great AIR apps popping up all over the Internet, and thought we’d try our hand at creating one of our own.

Snippely was created by myself, Tom Occhino, and Valerio Proietti as our first attempt at creating a robust and useful AIR application.

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What’s New in 1.2: Element Storage

Written By Tom Occhino, on Tuesday, January 22nd 2008, 6:13pm

Another new feature that’s been built into the latest version of MooTools is the Element Storage. This article describes the usage of this great new feature, as well as why it was developed, and how it can be used to keep your applications organized and efficient.

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MooTools 1.2 beta 1

Written By Tom Occhino, on Wednesday, November 14th 2007, 2:13am

The first beta for MooTools 1.2 is finally here!

After months in the making, we can confidently say that MooTools 1.2 is now feature complete. However, there are still some bugs left to squash.

Head over to MooTools download page to start playing with it right away.

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