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AppFuse plans for the week

AppFuse Like most Java open source projects, I hope to release a new version of AppFuse this week before JavaOne. There's a couple reasons for this: 1) so I have the latest and greatest to demo during talks and 2) so the article I'm writing is up-to-date. Unfortunately, with both AppFuse and Equinox it's a bit difficult to make sure I'm using the latest and greatest for everything. This is because they're both very thin layers on top of their underlying dependencies.

I'm willing to bet that a few of these dependencies will have new releases this week, as developers scramble to get a bunch of stuff done before JavaOne. Here's my release predictions for this week:

  • Acegi Security 1.0
  • DWR 2.0
  • Hibernate 3.2
  • Spring 2.0

My current plan is to fix outstanding issues for 1.9.2 and then hold off to do the release until this weekend. Hopefully that gives each project enough time to pump out a release. If you happen to be involved with any of the projects that AppFuse depends on - and you're not planning on releasing before JavaOne, please let me know.

The 1.9.2 release of AppFuse will (hopefully) be the last one in the 1.x series. Work on 2.0 will begin towards the end of this month. See the roadmap for the cool stuff coming in 2.0.

As far as the CSS Design Contest, I'll announce the winners tomorrow. I also plan to fix this site in IE tonight and take another stab at making the header images and colors easier on the eyes.

Posted in Java at May 07 2006, 10:49:04 AM MDT 4 Comments

I hope you get it! Other thing Matt, I haven't access to the outstanding link! Even if I log in!

Posted by Gilberto on May 07, 2006 at 12:19 PM MDT #

Sorry about that Gilberto - should be fixed now.

Posted by Matt Raible on May 07, 2006 at 02:39 PM MDT #

Thanks Matt! Now it is working! I'm very anxious about CSS Framework, since building the interface is great problem for me. And I hope to learn with it!

Posted by Gilberto on May 07, 2006 at 03:43 PM MDT #

Nice to hear the plan of AppFuse2.0. I has done much of Hib annotation & named query & Generic DAO, and the whole persistence layer has been refactored (including the Ant task). Learned so much from AppFuse1.* and its news group, I'd be glad that I could have a chance to do something for AppFuse2.0.

Posted by Guorick on May 09, 2006 at 09:34 PM MDT #

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