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Millstone is Web user-interface component library for Java programmers. It lets you program user interfaces on the server side in a clean, object-oriented manner without getting your hands dirty with XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, and browser incompatibilities. However, working on those lower levels is also supported. Commercial support is offered for the library and it is in active use by many of large enterprise applications and software products. The API has been stable since year 2002 and support for new browser technologies is actively developed.

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  •  01 Dec 2005 14:51

    Release Notes: This release accumulates three years of experience using Millstone in large enterprise applications and software products. This version includes many new features for UI components, better integration with different J2EE environments, and enhancements required for upcoming AJAX support. The 3.1 series is backwards compatible with the 3.0 API introduced in year 2002.

    •  24 Oct 2004 07:29

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      •  10 Mar 2003 15:05

        Release Notes: This version includes a fix for the WebAdapter window closing mechanism, and adds support for unpacked WAR files.

        •  16 Jan 2003 16:19

          Release Notes: This version is a service release for the Millstone Base 3.0 and the Millstone WebAdapter 3.0 modules. This version fixes both the base and web-adapter modules, and it also adds some previously unimplemented features to the default theme.

          •  14 Dec 2002 13:47

            Release Notes: This release extends the Web Adapter support to different XSL/T processors and fixes incompatibilities in themes. The code has also been cleaned up and some parts of the documentation were updated. Minor bugfixes were made to the Base Library and the default theme.


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