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LazyJ is a rapid development framework for Java-based Web applications. It provides tools to (partially) replace and complement the standard servlet API, a fast templating engine, database connection pool, database-backed sessions, content and data caching, and time-bounded execution. Its sole purpose in life is to make the programmer happy.

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Recent releases

  •  20 Dec 2009 10:02

    Release Notes: This release introduces DKIM signing for mail sending, helper classes to get the output from system commands, and other minor API features.

    •  25 Nov 2008 04:59

      Release Notes: This release fixes several small issues and adds many new utility functions and classes. It also spawns fewer threads and has slightly increased template processing speed.

      •  12 Dec 2007 15:32

        Release Notes: A new package was added that makes it easy to build the list of options for a SELECT tag from a database query that returns either a list or a tree of categories.

        •  24 Nov 2007 11:10

          Release Notes: A new notifications framework was added with email and Y!M already implemented. A new type of cache that expires the entries after a preset interval was added. All the classes in lazyj.cache were made generics. PostgreSQL array encoding and decoding was implemented in DBFunctions. Some minor bugs were fixed and there was a bit of refactoring and more documentation for the classes.

          •  08 Nov 2007 03:41

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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