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JSXP is a web application framework for Java. Its main features are compile-time safety when accessing view elements, separation of code and design, simple XHTML design, component orientation, human-readable URLs, server side state managed automatically by the framework, view Flows (units of work that have one entry point view and a defined set of result views), AJAX support, internationalization, and resource management.

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Recent releases

  •  25 Mar 2010 20:24

    Release Notes: This release includes mainly bugfixes and minor improvements, and a lot of Java documentation.

    •  01 Jul 2009 10:36

      Release Notes: Internationalization (i18n) was greatly improved. Several caching mechanisms were rewritten, which improved the throughput for Web applications.

      •  24 Jun 2009 08:05

        Release Notes: A new validation infrastructure was added. This release contains some minor fixes in the view controller life cycle and more possibilities to create access control for view controllers.

        •  09 Jun 2009 12:15

          Release Notes: This release contains great improvements in the implementation of view flows and some minor bugfixes, mainly in server side state handling.

          •  03 Jun 2009 18:08

            Release Notes: Initial development release, but it already implements all of the main features.


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