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Developer(s) MB Technologies Inc.
Stable release
4.0 / 27 February 2009
Written in AJAX
Operating system Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Solaris
Type Rich Internet Applications
License Proprietary EULA
Website MB Technologies

Bindows is a JavaScript based Software Development Kit (SDK) for writing Rich Internet Applications. Bindows applications are defined by XML documents called ADF's (Application Description File). The framework implementation is entirely client-side, but a JSF server side implementation is marketed by the same vendor.[1]

Another meaning of Bindows[edit]

In Thailand, there is an operating system called "Bindows XD" which is not to be confused with this software. It is a fake Windows XP released early 2004 still in use as of 2009.


Some highlight features[2] of the Bindows SDK are:


It has been claimed that Bindows is probably the leading object-oriented platform for developing Ajax applications.[3] While this might be true for implementations in large enterprises (Bindows is used by 91 of the Fortune 100 companies, 85 of The Global 100 companies, and 352 of the Global 500 companies, according to its website),[4] many open-source AJAX frameworks are more widely spread.

Relevance to developers[edit]

Bindows is the underlying client technology used in System 9.[2][5]



  • Mahemoff, Michael (2006). Ajax Design Patterns. O'Reilly Media, Inc. ISBN 0-596-10180-5. 

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