Features are always in flux until such time as the release occurs, but here is the current plan for 0.4:
- Event handling at the moment is questionable. I had to get wacky to work with IE 6, and I'm not yet convinced things will work across frames like they are supposed to, or that widgets can attach to other widget's events like they are supposed to. Simple cases work. That will be better tested in 0.4.
- Finally, I intend to have some sort of tutorial up, which will also serve as a better explanation of what XBLinJS is if you don't already know what XBL is. I haven't worried too much about that up to this point because the library wasn't necessarily ready for that bunch of people, but I think it is getting there.
No promises on any front, but that is the plan. I have no idea when this release will be because while I am using XBLinJS a lot in almost all of my current projects, a public release is a lot of work with no immediate and obvious benefit to either me or the project at the moment, and I have no idea when I'm going to be able to spare that time over the next few months. I'm getting dangerously close to living in those "interesting times" of the famed (if apocryphal) Chinese curse.