Our current crop of jMaki widgets is quite extensive, but we are always looking to expand the collection. See the gallery for the list of widgets currently available in jMaki. We are also looking for contributions for other areas of the project. On this page, you'll find more information on the many ways you can participate in and contribute to the jMaki project. Checkout the contributor spotlight page and see who is contributing to jMaki.
Download jMaki and run the sample application.
Tell us about your experiences working with jMaki widgets.
Let us know if you are interested in testing out the releases.
See the How to contribute page for more ideas on how you can be part of jMaki.
Here are just a few of the websites that use jMaki.
There's a couple of places to reach other jMaki developers.
Forum: The best place to ask questions is on the forum
IRC Chat: Do you want to chat live with jMaki developers and community? Join us on irc.freenode.net server, channel #jmaki.
The jMaki the wiki hosts discussions on the data models and the task list for the upcoming release of jMaki.
We are always looking for bug fixes, enhancements or ports to new libraries. If you have code that you want to contribute to jMaki please follow the process below.
See instructions on how to build the source code
If you don't have developer role, see the process for providing a patch.
All code must adhere to the coding conventions.
Developers need to follow the commit procedures when updating the workspace.
Additional documentation is here. See tips and blogs for more information.