The AppFuse Team is pleased to announce the release of AppFuse 2.0.2. This release includes upgrades to Spring Security 2.0, jMock 2.4, the ability to customize code generation templates and many bug fixes.
For information on upgrading from 2.0.1, see the Release Notes or changelog. AppFuse 2.0.2 is available as a Maven archetype. For information on creating a new project using AppFuse, please see the QuickStart Guide or the demos and videos.
To learn more about AppFuse, please read Ryan Withers' Igniting your applications with AppFuse.
The 2.0 series of AppFuse has a minimum requirement of the following specification versions:
- Java Servlet 2.4 and JSP 2.0 (2.1 for JSF)
- Java 5+
If you've used AppFuse 1.x, but not 2.x, you'll want to read the FAQ. Join the user mailing list if you have any questions.
Thanks to everyone for their help contributing code, writing documentation, posting to the mailing lists, and logging issues.
Please post any issues you have with this release to the mailing list.
AppFuse Light 1.8.2 is a bug fixes release that includes upgrades for Spring, Spring Security, Hibernate, Wicket, Tapestry and many others. In addition, Spring bean definitions were replaced with annotations (@Repository, @Service and @Controller). See the Release Notes for more information on what's changed since the last release.
AppFuse Light now offers 60 possible combinations for
- Web Frameworks: JSF (MyFaces), Spring MVC (with
Ajax, Acegi Security, JSP, FreeMarker or Velocity), Stripes, Struts
1.x, Struts 2.x, Tapestry, WebWork, Wicket
- Persistence Frameworks: Hibernate, iBATIS, JDO (JPOX), OJB, Spring JDBC
If you have any questions about this release, please subscribe to the AppFuse user mailing list by sending a blank e-mail to
email@example.com. You can also post questions in a forum-like fashion using Nabble: http://appfuse.org/forum/user.