Monday, June 04, 2007

Introducing eyeOS 1.0

After two years of unstopped development, and six month of continued work for eyeOS 1.0 with a maximized team, we're proud to announce the release of eyeOS 1.0.

Starting from the installer, which now uncompresses the whole eyeOS system from a package and creates a randomized directory to place eyeOS in, so access directly from the browser is impossible -even with the randomized name, since access from outside is denied by default-, everything in the new eyeOS has been redesigned and rewritten, thinking in a really scalable web Operating System and platform to develop web applications on.

The new eyeOS incorporates lots of new utilities and some new base applications completely renewed, like eyeFiles and eyeCalendar. With the new eyeFiles, you can manage your files by opening as many instances of eyeFiles as you want and working with your data like if you were in your traditional Operating System. From simple actions like copying and pasting over multiple instances to powerful actions like downloading full directories as zip files.

The way to make new applications has been redesigned too. Making an app for eyeOS 1.0 is as simple as joining "widgets" (from an imagebox to a sortable table) and creating functions for them, just like any other IDE, but for creating Web Applications!. For example, a rich word processor with dialogs for opening / saving files can be done in less than 30 lines.

With this, eyeOS 1.0 introduces a revolutionary new way of creating web applications, making the programmer forget AJAX, HTML, user and processes management, global security and many other thinks to take care on when you're working on a new Web Application from scratch.

Finally, the internal part of eyeOS has been also redesigned, and now bases its power on a microkernel that loads services and libaries when needed for each user, controlling each action trought a processes table, which can be acceded from an application (eyeProcess).

We recommend all you to see the new Introduction Video to eyeOS 1.0 and Download and install it or start using eyeOS from the public server today!

Note: We're currently working on a switcher to move users and configurations from 0.9.x to 1.0, which will be available in the next weeks.


Anonymous Anonymous said...


Love it!

Is there a music player app?
I'd love to upload some mp3s and listen to them...

Again, flipping awesome job! (Its not even in flash!!!)

Tuesday, June 05, 2007  
Anonymous Matteo said...

:D Very good new ! Thks.

Tuesday, June 05, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi there,
you did a very good job. Very nice GUI.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007  
Anonymous bruno taranto said...

Someone is thinking...
Nice work!

Friday, June 08, 2007  
Blogger Sly said...

Very good work !!

i'm using it right now !

I thought this kind of live-os would exist one day but i'm really surpised !

What about the space we have ? 1 GB ? less or more ?

Thank you for this great job !


Friday, June 08, 2007  
Anonymous chmick said...

nice job guys.

can you put some more infos in your web pages about how it works ?
what kind of web server ? how to integrate this in linux ? etc ...

technical details

Friday, June 08, 2007  
Blogger DIETRICH LANZ said...

Believe it or not,this is the future.

Keep going guys.

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Saturday, June 09, 2007  
Anonymous niku said...

very, very cool
It's nice that now it looks more windows-like

Sunday, June 10, 2007  

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