Release Notes: This version is focused on improving support for JavaFX desktop applications and also contains numerous bug fixes. It adds support for menus and a toolbar, and for loading GUI from FXML files.
Release Notes: This release adds new features and improvements to the extension system, many bugfixes, the ability to define extension callback-specific data, registering of resources for extensions, using annotations for extension definition, and improved dynamic view registration.
Release Notes: This release brings an extensions system, which allows customization of 3rd party modules. This feature enhances code reuse and allows existing modules to be shared and customized seamlessly.
Release Notes: This is mostly a maintenance release. It includes some major code refactoring and optimizations. Maven archetypes are updated, and minor bugs are fixed.
Release Notes: This version brings several improvements, such as improved dialog support on all platforms, a splash screen for Android applications, and dialog based progress views. All artifacts are available from the Maven Central repository. Also, a distribution archive is available at the project BitBucket page. API documentation is updated, and can be viewed online. The documentation wiki is also in the process of updating.
Release Notes: This release adds support for simplified working with dialogs on JavaFX and Android. Dialogs are seamlessly integrated into the MVC pattern. All project artifacts are available in the Maven Central repository. You can also download the project archive from the BitBucket page (see project links). This archive contains binaries, source code, documentation, and examples for usage.
Release Notes: This release adds support for declarative controller and view registration based on annotations. Some improvements were made to Maven archetypes.
Release Notes: This release adds support for internationalization and localization, multitasking support with GUI feedback, and several bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version brings improved integration with native desktop platforms (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux), as well as numerous bugfixes and enhancements. The most important additions are native launchers for WIndows, Mac OS X, and Linux, and the creation of installer packages for each platform. It is possible to create .exe installers for Windows, RPM and DEB packages for Linux, and Mac OS X application bundles. Maven archetypes were updated to provide automatic installer generation for all platforms.
Release Notes: This released is focused on adding support for Android development and reusing modules between desktop and Android versions. A Maven archetype for creating Android projects is available, and all project artifacts are available from Maven Central repository.