Project Description
Gestalt 1.0 enables Ruby, Python, and XAML directly in your HTML. Cross-browser, cross-platform.

Introduction

Welcome to Gestalt ! This is the MIX Online team’s fifth project - source release. As with most our projects, we're distributing the source through CodePlex. Please direct all gestalt questions to Mix Online.

New

Gestalt Widget Pack with samples and HTML5 audio and video support all rolled into a single project. get it here!

What This Is

  • DLR.js is a library released by a collaborative effort between the Dynamic Language Runtime team and MIX Online Labs. This JavaScript library allows you to write Ruby, Python & XAML code in your (X)HTML pages. It enables you to build richer and more powerful web applications by marrying the benefits of expressive languages, modern compilers, AJAX & RIAs with the write » save » refresh development model of the web.
  • Gestalt is a way of building more powerful web applications without changing the way you work. Learn more
  • Gestalt is built on IronRuby and IronPython for Silverlight
  • This CodePlex project makes available the sample and source code for Gestalt.
  • With this release we have also made available three new useful Widgets.

What This Isn’t

  • Gestalt is just freshly out of beta, so there's still a chance that you will find issues that we have not found yet ourselves. If you do find issues, please read the FAQ and if that doesn't help, drop us a line at: Mix Online.

Getting Started with Gestalt

  • Visit Getting Started on VisitMix.com to see how to write a Gestalt application and Samples to see some useful Gestalt samples.
  • And then if you want to take it apart and figure out how it works download the Gestalt Source, or if you would like to contribute to the project, you can get the latest and greatest source and enlist.

Gestalt Silverlight 3 build

  • Download the Gestalt Silverlight 3 build binaries that now have support for Silverlight 3.0 here

About us

Nishant Kothary, Joshua Allen, Karsten Januszewski, and Hans Hugli.

Last edited Feb 11, 2010 at 9:03 PM by hanshu, version 47