Opera Widgets SDK beta released

Web browser development firm Opera Software released its Opera Widgets SDK beta, promising developers the tools to deploy web applications on any device. Based on open, W3C-set standards that support technologies including HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Ajax, the SDK features an emulator, libraries, documentation and Opera Dragonfly for debugging, as well as user forums. According to Opera, its widgets repository contains over 1,200 widgets for desktop, mobile phones and portable media devices, including widgets for games, news feeds, weather and travel information--web developer tools like color pickers and pixel rulers are also available. The Opera Widgets SDK beta is supported by Opera 9.5 and above and is available here.

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