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NOTE: This document is no longer maintained because the Web Applications Working Group was closed in October 2015 and its deliverables transferred to the Web Platform Working Group.

This document includes Implementation data regarding the W3C's Widgets Family of Specifications.

Disclaimers regarding the data in this document:

  • The contents of this document are subject to change without warning.
  • Neither the W3C nor the Web Applications Working Group has verified the data in this document.
  • Implementations cited in this document may or may not implement the latest version of the related specification.

Please send reports of other implementations, corrections, and related information to public-webapps@w3.org.

See Also ...

Widget Packaging and XML Configuration (P&C)

Resources: P&C Test Suite and P&C Implementation Report.

Implementation data:

  • Wookie; Apache Incubator Project
  • widgeon; "A W3C Widgets implementation using XULRunner"
  • LG; The LG Mobile Widgets solution is based on the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Widgets 1.0 specifications
  • Oregan Networks; "Implemented as per W3C Widgets 1.0 specification, represents a client-side web application for displaying and updating data."
  • GPAC by Telecom ParisTech; MPEG-U; "a conformant MPEG Widget is by default a W3C conformant widget and that a conformant MPEG Widget Manager is a fully compliant W3C Widget User Agent."
  • Bitstream BOLT 1.7; BOLT users can discover, select and install specific Web apps through a BOLT Widget Gallery. BOLT’s widgets are written as standard W3C widgets (www.w3.org/TR/widgets/), a standard with broad industry support.
  • Opera Unite; offline web applications in the browser (with additional Unite APIs and functionality).
  • Opera Extensions; built on the W3C Widget specs (with additional extension APIs and functionality)

Digital Signatures for Widgets

Implementation data:

The Widget Interface (TWI)

See TWI Test Suite and TWI Implementation Report.

Implementation information:

  • Wookie; Apache Incubator Project

Widget Access Request Policy (WARP)

A Candidate Recommendation of the WARP spec was published 20-Apr-2010. See WARP Test Suite and WARP Implementation Report.

Implementation data:

Widget Updates