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The OMTP's widget framework BONDI now complies with the W3C's definition of the term, paving the way to properly-cross-platforms applications. BONDI extends the W3C definition of a Widget to include a security policy and mobile-specific APIs, but the OMTP is pleased to report that its reference implementation now passes the …

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  1. Clucking Bells
    Joke

    Bondi?

    Full of Kiwis and backpackers then?

  2. Patrick O'Reilly

    Opera 10.20

    The next version of Opera has the standalone execution environment that the W3C talks about.

    Not sure how close Opera's widget implementation is to the W3C's standards as it's based on the Opera Widget SDK.

    The alpha version can be downloaded from http://my.opera.com/desktopteam

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Wut, widgets?

    Used to be ``widgets'' were things of the windowing system, like buttons, drop-down boxes, text input areas, that sort of thing. And it used to be it didn't matter what language they were written in. So here, the obligatory lament: Oh but for simpler times. But really, why are they doing a microsoft with naming?

  4. The First Dave
    Boffin

    OMTP

    Who / what are/is OMTP ??

    1. Wizard

      OMTP

      http://www.omtp.org - A forum for making things safer and easier for mobile users through defragmentation and security requirements / projects

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