Release Notes: This release offers new features such as data dictionaries, SMTP mail support, and a new endpoint API for easier configuration.
Release Notes: This release introduces a new Java domain specific language for writing tests with Java code only. Also new is the citrus-ssh module, which connects to servers via the SSH protocol. Several extensions have been added to the validation capabilities, like XHTML support and SOAP fault detail validation. There are some bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds validation matchers, extended Groovy validation support for database result sets, and extended SOAP header validation. It upgrades to Spring 3.1, Spring Integration 2.1, and Spring WS 2.1.
Release Notes: This release introduces REST HTTP support as well as HTML test reports and some bugfixes. Furthermore, the framework now works with Spring 3.0, Spring Integration 2.0, and Spring WS 2.0.
Release Notes: This first milestone release introduces new features like Groovy XMLSlurper and MessageBuilder support, SOAP Ws-Addressing headers, JSON message validation, SQL multi-row result set validation, and many more.
Release Notes: The license was changed to the Apache License Version 2.0. A bunch of new features and bugfixes were added. The most important new features and changes include JUnit support, extended SOAP attachments support, SOAP fault validation, Spring Integration MessageChannel support, improved error handling, and JMS topic support.