This release includes CSS Framework integration, EMMA code-coverage support and AppGen sub-package support. Thanks to the CSS Framework Design Contest Winners, Doug Hays and Mika Göckel for their help with this release.
To see how AppFuse works, please see the following demos (username: mraible, password: tomcat):
- Struts + Spring + Hibernate
- Spring + iBATIS
- WebWork + Spring + Hibernate
- JSF + Spring + Hibernate
- Tapestry + Spring + Hibernate
TIP: If you login as an administrator, you can change the theme by appending ?theme=themename to the URL. The default theme can be set in web/WEB-INF/web.xml.
Comments and issues can be sent to the mailing list or posted to JIRA.
NOTE: This release contains Acegi Security 1.0 RC2 rather than the recently released 1.0. This is because a couple issues were found with the 1.0 release. When Acegi Security 1.0.1 (or 1.1) is released, all AppFuse users are encouraged to upgrade.
This (hopefully) marks the last release from AppFuse 1.x. AppFuse 2.0 development should start shortly. See the roadmap for more details. I'd like to say it'll be done in the fall, but I already said it'd be done two months ago.
P.S. For those of you that won the CSS Framework Design Contest, I'll be contacting you within the week to get you your prizes.
Update: If you're building AppFuse on Linux, you should be aware of some non-English encoding issues. The solution is to add something like the following to your ~/.bashrc file.
export LC_CENGINE=en_US export LANG=en_US export LANGUAGE=en_US