Spry can be used with any server-side technology (ColdFusion, PHP, ASP.Net etc.). By building the front-end of your web application with Spry you enable a more efficient designer-developer workflow by keeping UI separated from back-end application logic.
- Spry has three parts: Spry Data, Spry Widgets and Spry Effects. They can be used together or independently of one another.
- No browser plug-ins or server-side modules are required for Spry to work.
- Dreamweaver CS3 has features that ease the development of Spry pages but Spry itself is completely tool-agnostic. Any code editor can be used to develop Spry pages.
- Customization and styling is easily done using your existing HTML & CSS skills.
- The Spry Data set transforms complex data sources into a familiar row/column format that can be placed anywhere within your page.
- Supported data sources include XML, JSON and HTML.
- Spry effects allow you to add smooth and graceful transitions to almost any element on your page.
- Effects can highlight information, create animated transitions, or visually alter a page element for a certain period of time.
Open Souce Spry Information:
- Operating System: Cross-platform
- License: MIT, GPL