Monthly Archives: July 2010

Acid.JS Components Help and Manuals are now Available Online

I am happy to announce that the installation and  customization instructions, troubleshooting tips, API references and user / developer manuals of all Acid.JS Web 2.0 components are now available online at

The new website will be updated with the latest changes to the manual anytime a new version of a control is released, so make sure you bookmark it.

Portable Editions of Legacy, Current and Upcoming Popular Browsers

If you are careful of how your new website looks on legacy, current or upcoming browsers, below is a list containing download links to past, current and upcoming versions of several popular browsing platforms.

Browsers marked with [P] are portable editions and can be used along with other versions. [L] means the latest (as of July 2010) official release.

You may also visit or for detailed online compatibility tests with 50+ websites.

Happy testing!

Win a Free Component From Acid.JS

Would you like to participate in the new Acid.JS survey and maybe win a free component of your choice? All you have to do is to visit this page and answer a few questions. It won’t take more than three minutes and the results will be of great importance for the further development of Acid.JS Web 2.0 Component Library. The winner will be contacted via email during the week after August 01, 2010.

Take the survey today.

Version 6.0 of Acid.JS Web 2.0 Component Library is Out

I am happy to announce that the vew major version of Acid.JS Web 2.0 Component Library has been released with important updates – performance improvements, skin tweaks, addressed and fixed bugs, etc. of all included controls. There’s also a brand-new one – the state-of-the art AJAX ribbon bar.

Download the latest version of Acid.JS or take a look what’s new. To stay updated you may also like to subscribe to my blog RSS or Acid.JS Feed.

RibbonBar AJAX Web Component

RibbonBar.XML is a state-of-the-art, skinnable and fully AJAX driven component that is ready for use on any website. What you can you do with a MS Office like ribbon bar in web environment? Whether use it for navigation, associate it with your WYSIWYG editor, display links to your favorite social websites or simply build your entire webpage around it – this depends only on you.

The control has it all – cool looks, comprehensive and easy API, set of 12 skins that will virtually fit any design. And at last, but not least – deploying and configuring it is a matter of minutes.

View demo, skin screenshots and more information about RibbonBar.XML or download it now. Check out what is new in the latest version of Acid.JS Web 2.0 Component Library.