Last night we posted a preview of the new Laszlo Calendar application.
You can sign up for an account on goWebtop or just read more about it on the blog.
This is a huge milestone for Laszlo. For years Laszlo has had a demo app that has been widely referenced for its innovative cinematic user experience. It was one of the very first applications built in Laszlo, and a key influencer in the creation of the LZX language. For years customers would ask us about whether they could buy that application, but it was less than half an application and there were some usability issues with the UI of that demo. Late last year, we finally decided to kick off a project to build a full calendar app as part of Laszlo Webtop. I’m pleased to be offering this initial sneak peek…
There is a new OpenLaszlo code exchange which the folks at Mobile Data Now have put together (via Antun Karlovac). It is great to see this kind of initiative from the OpenLaszlo community.
I wonder if we can dig up an archive of mylaszlo.com (only partially available on the Internet archive and make that source more easily available again.
David Berlind does a nice video interview with David Temkin, Laszlo Systems founder and CTO, about OpenLaszlo and Webtop. The video has some nice coverage of Verizon’s webmail and other customer spotlights, plus some forward-looking commentary. It’s good to see the word getting out.