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The idea behind Dragonfly is to speed up web application development with newLISP.

A first application will be included: newLISP financier - a personal finance application written with newLISP and Dragonfly.

ROADMAP 2009June 2009functions to generate HTML tables from lists (done) functions to generate image tags (done) functions to generate script tags (done) functions to generate rss tags (done) functions to generate meta tags (done) a nice sliding panel with debug information (done) simple include Google Analytics (done) helpers for using twitter search (done) the use of templates and partials(done) a simple page-controller architecture(done) functions for easy form generation(done) July 2009form generation from SQLite3 table(done) auto-loading modules(done) auto-detecting iPhone(done) August 2009RESTful URLs wrapper-functions for nldb.lsp (a pure newLISP text database) validation functions for HTML forms

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