Version 1.4.8 of K-Framework

Release Notes: This release includes more examples and a more complete demo project. Testing was done on more platforms, and the database snapshots that were incorrectly posted on the last release were updated. Finally, some bugs were corrected.

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  •  02 Apr 2013 12:29

    Release Notes: XStream is now used to serialize objects to XML, allowing BLOBs and lists to be transported transparently. Multiple PUs are now supported for domain objects and even non-DB based backends. The window life cycle has been redesigned. You can now edit code with just a few lines, while retaining full control.

    •  03 Jan 2012 07:00

    Release Notes: Server and Client APIs were greatly simplified for usability and learning. The framework is now delivered as a Maven project. Full support for internationalization was provided. Also added were high availability server clustering, better documentation, and much more.

    Release Notes: This release fixes a data source configuration issue in the demo project where Glassfish would not reload the server unless undeployed.

    Release Notes: Examples of using checkboxes were added. Automatic support for radio button groups was added. An example of sending mail was added. The dbTransactionClass in the client does not require session parameters any more. The Tree tool API was simplified for usage, and the corresponding manual section was redone. Database dumps and scripts had a systemlog message field that was too short, so the field size has been adjusted.

    Release Notes: This release includes more examples and a more complete demo project. Testing was done on more platforms, and the database snapshots that were incorrectly posted on the last release were updated. Finally, some bugs were corrected.

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