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Atomsphere is a Java feed library for the Atom 1.0 specification. It is designed to be easy-to-use and comes with an intuitive, developer-friendly API. All objects in the library are serializable, immutable, and thread-safe. It has been fully tested for accuracy. Atomsphere only requires a stax-api implementation to work.

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  •  17 May 2012 14:42

    Release Notes: This release fixes issues with extension scope resolution and adds support for object comparison using the equals() method.

    •  28 Nov 2009 20:32

      Release Notes: Major API changes were made that make this version incompatible with previous versions. All static method calls were replaced with dynamic method calls.

      •  13 Oct 2008 21:12

        Release Notes: This minor release fixes a bug in the rendering of the content element for XHTML content when links appeared with a query string. There is also better support for rendering images with the taglib sub-project.

        •  21 Apr 2008 08:41

          Release Notes: Support for reading and writing entry documents was improved. Attribute support was improved to more closely match the specification. Efficiency of the entry sort extension was improved.

          •  31 Mar 2008 06:25

            Release Notes: This release represents a substantial overhaul with a focus on thread safety. The feed and all subelements of the library are immutable and thread safe. Additionally, there has been a decent reduction in the size of the API. All reading and writing operations can now be achieved through the FeedDoc factory instead of the FeedReader and FeedWriter classes. The stax-utils dependency has been decoupled from the root atomsphere library. Additonal support was added for reading and writing with arbitrary XMLStreamWriter classes. An issue with handling of the XHTML content type was fixed.


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