Spring Roo 1.1.2 Updates GWT Support
Spring Roo 1.1.2 Improves GWT Support
Spring Roo has reached version 1.1.2. This release adds support for proxy server, and improves the support for GWT by adding compatibility with version 2.2 and boosting performance of the "gwt setup" command. Spring Roo 1.1.2 upgrades to JUnit 4.8.2 and Hibernate 3.6.1.Final, and adds support for Maven 3 builds. More information is available at the Release Notes.
Ajax + Mobile ZK Framework 5.0.6 Released
The Ajax + Mobile ZK framework has reached version 5.0.6. In this release, it is possible to implement an application-specific SEO renderer that can output generated content for indexing by search engines, without this being visible to end users. Originally, SEO was implemented through the crawlable option. DefaultTreeModel has been introduced to simplify TreeModel, which provides a mutable and sortable tree model for tree data. This release comprises of over 120 off-the-shelf Ajax components.
In related news, ZK Spring 3 is now available for testing. This project provides an open source library integrating the Spring framework with ZK. It can be downloaded now from Google Code.
Apache Chemistry Becomes TLP
Apache Chemistry is now an Apache Top Level Project. Chemistry provides an open source implemention of the CMIS specification, and consists of four sub-projects covering the worlds of Java, .NET, PHP and Python. The project entered the incubator back in 2009. Recent Chemistryy releases include the cmislib Python client version 0.4-incubating, and OpenCMIS 0.2.0-incubating.
Clojure Framework Compojure 0.6.0 Released
Version 0.6.0 of the Compojure web framework for Clojure, is now available on GitHub. With this release, Clojure no longer adds default middleware to routes, meaning that users must now explicitly add wrap-params and wrap-cookies middleware to their routes. The compojure.handler namespace provides functions for adding certain middleware functions to routes.
The Document Foundation Reaches Race for Funds Target
After announcing a fifty-thousand Euro "race for funds" last week, the Document Foundation has reached its target, with some 2,000 donors contributing the money needed to establish the Foundation as a legal entity in Germany.
"We still can't believe it," says Florian Effenberger, Steering Committee member. "It happened in such a short period of time and was beyond our wildest expectations. You all really rock! On behalf of the Community, the Steering Committee would like to thank all the donors for their generous support."