Screenlets
Screenlets
Screenlets.png
Screenlets running on openSUSE 10.3
Screenlets running on openSUSE 10.3
Developer(s) Rico Pfaus (RYX), Helder Fraga (Whise), Natan Yellin (Aantn)
Stable release
0.1.6 / January 27, 2012 (2012-01-27)
Operating system Unix-like
Type
License GPL
Website launchpad.net/screenlets

Screenlets is the name of both a set of independently developed widget applications and the widget engine which runs them. The engine runs primarily on X11-based compositing window managers, most notably with Compiz on Linux.

Development

Until 0.0.14, screenlets were exclusively scripted in Python and drawn in SVG. Afterward, support was added for web widgets (widgets which are written in HTML, JavaScript and CSS, similar to widgets for Apple Inc.'s Dashboard). The engine also supports Google Gadgets.[1]

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