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Maqetta Logo.png
Maqetta designer preview 1 WYSIWYG and source.png
Original author(s) IBM
Stable release Release 9 / February 6, 2013 (2013-02-06)[1]
Development status Inactive (as of May 2013[2] )
Written in JavaScript, HTML
Platform any HTML5-enabled web browser
Size 113 MiB uncompressed (97 MiB .ZIP download)
Available in English
Type HTML editor, Software as a service
License BSD or AFL

Maqetta is a free and open-source, web-based WYSIWYG HTML editor designed to edit HTML5 documents and web applications. Its name is derived from the Spanish word maqueta, that means “mock-up”.[3] The Maqetta application itself is authored in HTML, and therefore runs in the browser, without requiring additional plugins or downloads.

Maqetta was developed by IBM and later donated to the Dojo Foundation as an open source project[3] under the terms of either the modified (revised) BSD license or the Academic Free License (= 2.1).

The editor was developed in response to a perceived need for open-source HTML5 programming tools equivalent in capability to those available for Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight.[4][5]

Dojo Toolkit

The downloadable server component can run on a remote server or on the same computer as the client software (the web browser).

See also[edit]

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External links[edit]

Media related to Maqetta at Wikimedia Commons