Creating Gadgets With Crux

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In this post we introduce Crux Gadgets. This kind of web application can run from inside a large number of social and gadget containers. Orkut and iGoogle are few examples of places you can publish a Crux gadget.

The video below shows how to use the Crux QuickStart tool  to generate a gadget and some details of the development process. 




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Crux Hello World Video Lesson

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This pots is for those who didn't try Crux yet. It's a very detailed "Hello World" video lesson, which shows how you can use the QuickStart tool to generate you first project. 

The video details how to generate a Crux project, how to import it into Eclipse, discusses the meaning and the importance of each artifact generated and presents the freshly generated application in action. 

Sit back and enjoy it! Welcome to Crux! 




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Crux 4.0.0 Release Candidate 01 Available

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The first release candidate for Crux 4 is now available! Get it now here!

The great benefit of this version is performance. Crux no longer interprets metadada at runtime. Some of the screen building tasks that were made at runtime are now done at compile time.

The result is an amazing enhancement of 300% in speed for rendering the screen.

Another performance improvement is that Crux 4 only renders what is needed. Widgets that are not visible when the screen is rendered for the first time will be rendered lazily, only when and if necessary

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