Doing a quick scan of the new Morfik website, searching for a specific bit of information I noticed that as I moved my mouse over links, their corresponding URLs/Paths were shown in the statusbar. If you haven’t yet noticed, this is not only unusual, but totally out of character for a regular Morfik application.
It is clear that some new technique is being employed in the construction of this new website and the widespread presence of such large functional changes leads me to believe that the website is the result of some serious tweaking to the Morfik Framework or the Morfik compiler, or even both.
Whatever internal version of AppsBuilder Morfik may have used to create the new website, it is clear to me that Morfik has made a new breakthrough in how the browser side of an application is generated. I’ll continue to look for new details I might have overlooked when I was searching the website for signs of other changes or new features.
Regardless of finding anything else, this new website seems to indicate that Morfik is moving its research and development into solving some of the structural limitations related to Ajax usage, just as when they were the first to solve the history (back/forward) list navigation issue.