Cut The Crap Software radically simplifies the task of java-based system development. Packages focussed on such problems as persistence, object model representation and XML processing contribute to the encompassing goal of viable model-based system generation from simple descriptions.
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Release Notes: This release introduces the Alchemist Model-Based "Web Application-Generating" Web Application. Use it to incrementally define and test your object models before generating the Java code, building and deploying directly to your Tomcat server.
Release Notes: The Alchemist model-driven generated Web applications have been refactored to provide a simpler architecture, a more intuitive interface, and half the file size. Several example war files are downloadable from the main Web site for instant tomcat deployment.
Release Notes: This release includes CTCDOM - yet another W3C DOM implementation. It compares well with other DOM implementations but was developed to demonstrate the generic modelling use of the CTCMap class.
Release Notes: This release introduces the CTCMap object available under the LGPL. CTCMap is a class that directly supports two-way linked object associations, including one-to-many and many-to-many.
Release Notes: This release introduces a Join object to simplify the declaration of object set intersection. A new whitepaper on 'Incidental Persistence' provides a new view of the Generic Model.