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Jspresso is a new framework for easily building rich Internet applications. It dramatically reduces the development cycles needed to get your corporate application up and running while not sacrificing quality, robustness, and performance. It is not just another Web application framework, but offer the exact same ergonomics as desktop applications while keeping an N-tier, server-centric architecture on a Java backend. Applications can be deployed either in Adobe's Flex, qooxdoo (AJAX), WingS (AJAX), Canoo ULC, or Swing and all on the same codebase without a single specific line of GUI code.

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  •  20 Jun 2010 20:41

    Release Notes: A new Groovy-based DSL (SJS) in lieu of Spring XML to describe and assemble the different application layers. A new AJAX UI channel based on the excellent qooxdoo Javascript framework. A new Eclipse plugin to support SJS authoring with syntax coloring and code completion, based on the Groovy Eclipse plugin. Tons of new features, including Flash charting integration (FusionCharts free), faceless context for integration tests support, etc. This release also expands the documentation, includes some intro screencasts, and updates the site with the latest SJS-based tutorials.

    •  04 Apr 2009 06:47

      Release Notes: This release added native support for Adobe Flex. All Jspresso-based applications will instantly run on the Flash plugin without a single hand-written line of MXML or ActionScript in their code base. Nor is there any GUI code generation involved. Jspresso relies on a generic Flex client engine that dialogs with the Jspresso Java backend through Adobe's BlazeDS using a generic set of GUI commands. Jspresso applications, bootstrapped by a Maven archetype, build completely in Maven and can be directly imported in Eclipse with full WTP support.

      •  31 Oct 2008 05:57

        Release Notes: Entities registered for update are now correctly processsed. Building was fixed on Linux for generated projects. abstractFilterableBeanCollectionModule was fixed. The reference documentation has been updated to reflect the HR sample application's new naming conventions.

        •  30 Sep 2008 14:22

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          •  09 Jul 2008 20:38

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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