Today, I've had the pleasure to have an invitation for the Google Mashup in my Gmail inbox (I'll soon explain how this relates to the tasklist ;) ). Since at the moment they allow only a limited number of people to sign-up for it, I had to wait now quite a couple of weeks.
And now there comes the tasklist into play. Till now I didn't have the time to explore the Mashup Editor in more detail, since I have to work on a project for my thesis, but I've taken a look and some Mashup examples where I also found a nice, very simple tasklist. There are a lot of other examples such as Calendar, Map Wiki, Simple Feed Reader, Tabs, ... to only mention some of them. You see the full source code of all of them which is quite interesting to look at. I actually didn't have time now (as I mentioned previously), but the code looks very concise...for instance the Tasklist code fits into 1 to 2 pages.
Google Mashup Editor is an AJAX development framework and a set of tools that enable developers to quickly and easily create simple web applications and mashups with Google services like Google Maps and Google Base. Google Mashup Editor is a great tool for grabbing information from feeds and letting users see and manipulate it.
(from Google Code site)
As soon as I have time I'll take a deeper look at the Mashup Editor and maybe write some post...
Here are some first screenshots