The BrowserPlus SDK, bug fixes, and a shiny new service
We're extremely happy to announce the availability of the BrowserPlus SDK. This first SDK and the accompanying documentation gives you all the tools you'll need to start extending the web using BrowserPlus. Getting started is easy, you can hop over to our tutorial and write your first service in about 15 minutes.
In addition to the SDK, we've pushed a new platform version, 2.1.14, that fixes several bugs reported by all of you. We deeply appreciate your continued contributions and hope with the SDK and our ongoing process of open sourcing BrowserPlus we'll empower you to contribute even more to the project.
And... Welcome the new Zipper service to our collection! A big problem with some web apps today is being able to efficiently attach all file types. Zipper plays nicely with Uploader and lets you compress files or folders on the client before uploading them. This service should be considered alpha, and we look forward to your feedback and ideas on how to make this more useful. We've got lots of ideas of which way to take this service (lzma being first and foremost), but would love to hear your thoughts.
Finally, as you start digging deep into the SDK we'll expect you'll have lots of thoughts and feedback. For that reason we'll be hanging out on github and on IRC (#browserplus at irc.freenode.net). You can check out some of the early open source projects dedicated to exploring new browserplus services on github right now
You probably have some questions, and we've done our best to preempt you over in our FAQ.
Thanks for reading and participating. We deeply believe that the continued success of this project is dependent all of you. Your feedback, talents, and creativity.