Tibco makes AJAX development easier, more sophisticated with new releaseFollow @peterwayner
The system is a complete set of GUI widgets that will run in Microsoft's Internet Explorer. The completely browser-based IDE is written in the same set of widgets, itself serving as one of several very good examples of what the toolkit can do. There are panes within panes to hold the source code, and many of these panes come with multiple tabs, multiple views, accordion tabs, and even some graphs. All of this is loaded from an HTML file, not an executable.
The richness of the interface is surprising. It's easy to build resizable panes -- something that used to seem impossible to do with HTML, at least to me. In the early years, many of General Interface's customers were pharmaceutical researchers, and the company developed a number of slick tricks for fitting plenty of data into what is still technically just a single Web page. These pages can provide inspiration if you're trying to jam a large amount of data into one dashboard for your clients.