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What is Struts Resume?
Struts Resume is being developed for two purposes: (1) so I can edit and publish my resume online and (2) to demonstrate developing a real-world app with AppFuse. You can view an online demo at http://demo.raibledesigns.com/struts-resume.
For common questions and howto's, see the Struts Resume Support page.
2004.04.05 - Struts Resume 0.9 Released!
This release is a major improvement over the last one. Not only did I upgrade all the code to use AppFuse 1.4 (release notes, but I also removed Struts from the services layer. Moreover, you can actually enter almost all of the pieces of a resume and render it in HTML and Word format. The resume-entry piece (and sections you can enter) is largely based on what Monster.com uses. I may add other sections in the future (i.e. awards and publications).
The main reason this is not a 1.0 release is because an administrator is the only one who can edit the HTML template - and the Word/RTF template is not editable online. Allowing a user to override the default template(s) will be the primary goal in 1.0.
Here's a specific rundown of all the changes from the changelog:
2003.09.14 - Struts Resume 0.8 Released!
The highlights of this release include rendering a resume with Velocity (demo), a password hint feature, self-registration feature, and a gzip compression filter. See the release notes below for a full list of changes. If you're looking to create a new application based on this architecture, you're best off using AppFuse.
2003.07.11 - UML Diagrams Available
Alejandro Ramirez has been nice enough to supply us with some UML Diagrams of Struts Resume. Thanks Jano!
2003.04.04 - Struts Resume 0.7 Released!
All kinds of upgrades in this release including: Hibernate (2.0 Beta 4), Struts (1.1-20030326), DBUnit (1.6-dev), Canoo WebTest (build276), XDoclet (1.2-20030328), and Display Tag Library (0.8.5). The only real new features are User Administration and a role-based Menu system. That is, only Admins can edit users. This was mainly motivated by the fact that someone keeps changing the password on the demo site, so now I can reset it using a browser rather than SQL.
AppFuse is Struts Resume without any resume-specific code. I hope to use this project as my baseline for future web application projects. Struts Resume will (hopefully) continue to evolve into an application that I can host my resume on.
Older releases can be found at http://raibledesigns.com/downloads.