Dojo, an OpenJS Foundation Impact Project, just hit a new milestone. Dojo 7 is a progressive framework for modern web applications built with TypeScript. That means Dojo is an essential tool for building modern websites. The Dojo framework scales easily and allows building anything from simple static websites all the way up to enterprise-scale single-page reactive web applications.
Dojo 7 Widgets takes a step forward in out-of-the-box usability, adding 20+ new widgets and a Material theme that developers can use to build feature-rich applications even faster, including new widgets that are consistent, usable, and easily accessible for important website building blocks like cards, passwords, forms, and more.
See the Dojo Widgets documentation and examples for more information.
Dojo has been used widely over the years by companies such as Cisco, JP Morgan, Esri, Intuit, ADP, Fannie Mae, Daimler, and many more. Applications created with the Dojo Toolkit more than 10 years ago still work today with only minor adjustments and upgrades.
Modern Dojo is open source software available under the modified BSD license. Developers can try modern Dojo from Code Sandbox, or install Dojo via npm:
npm i @dojo/cli @dojo/cli-create-app -g
Create your first app
dojo create app --name hello-world
Get started with widgets
npm install @dojo/widgets