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Azuki Framework

The Azuki Framework is a Java application framework designed to resolve various problems in the software development lifecycle. These goals are achieved by splitting the software conception into two main stages: creation of independent components and definition of component dependencies (weaving). The latter is performed with a graphical tool named "the weaver". By representing component interactions using different perspectives, the weaver provides a straightforward way to analyze an application's architecture, allowing deep and easy customization of its behavior.

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  •  19 Feb 2008 13:45

    Release Notes: This release contains two new connectors for Java applications (or applets) and a Adobe Flex 2 client, providing RPC functionalities with the framework.

    •  09 Oct 2007 17:54

      Release Notes: This release adds a new module for Apache CXF.

      •  10 Jul 2007 11:07

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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