Check out JPolite

Hi, there,

Please check out my little contribution to web development community, JPolite, an open source lightweight front-end portal framework based on jQuery.

JPolite screenshot

JPolite screenshot

Progress on the code can be tracked here at

Just play around and enjoy!


7 comments on “Check out JPolite

  1. I just took a look at your project and think it is extremely impressive. the functionality you have is exactly what is needed to do a portlet project and the code that you use is pretty small to achieve the result.

    Keep up the fantastic work!

  2. hi, i would like to know how to put log in for user, this is similiar the top panel like netvibes, and they also can put gadget…do you have a tutorial about this?

    • Actually I’ve been working on JPolite 2 now, which shall come with great changes in the code structure as well as features like widget support, login & layout persistence, theme support … Just wait and see 🙂

  3. How to load page Every time from server..IN this frame work one of y page is getting data from database server, which is goes on updating…here my page once loaded is again loading from cache only..its not reflecting database unless i am logou and login..what to do..pls help

    • You can change the URL of [modules.js] to a dynamic server side script, e.g., [modules.php?123456]

      123456 is any random number, e.g., generated via JavaScript call to (new Date()).getTime()), it forces reloading of the data each time.

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