Release Notes: The bootloader was upgraded. Module factory decoupling was done. Logging capabilities were improved. The PoiNK resource model for spreadsheet processing is used.
Release Notes: This release is built upon a complete clean implementation with a refined clean Resource Oriented Computing abstraction.
Release Notes: Ongoing polishing of presentation and documentation, including a new tutorial on embedding the NetKernel inside a Java application as an ROC co-processor. Bugfixes including a scoping issue with lazy evaluation within DPML.
Release Notes: Styling of the backend control panel. Improved support for IE. Continued work on the documentation featuring a quick start guide. Reductions in memory footprint. Miscellaneous bugfixes.
Release Notes: The H2 database has been refactored to an independent module with the ability to specify triggers resolved in request scope. Memory leaks in permgen and heap for Groovy support have been fixed. DPML changes to give uniform address-space to assignments. Further memory footprint reductions. Support for IE in docs and control panels with Google's svgweb. Ongoing fleshing out of documentation.
Release Notes: The architecture was entirely rebuilt. Key improvements include general ROC (Resource Oriented Computing) abstraction, transparent dynamic computation caching (memoization), RESTful binding with declarative identifier grammars, overlay technology (similar to aspect oriented concepts), Debian style package management, and repositories.
Release Notes: New development tools were added. The documentation was revised. New programming languages are supported. The libraries were updated. Performance was enhanced. NetKernel now includes the Request Visualizer tool, official support for Ruby and experimental support for PHP, a higher performance HTTP transport, revised and reorganized documentation, a new Image resource model, and updates to many internal libraries.
Release Notes: New features include support for Berkeley DBXML and PiNKY, a community developed module providing Yahoo! Pipes features. Updates include Groovy language support at release 1.0, Ruby (JRuby) support at 0.9.9, and XML library updates. There are also documentation updates and UI refinements.
Release Notes: New features, enhanced performance, and new documentation. This release includes dynamic Java compilation, higher-performance intrinsic cache, Python support, Cron, server-side E4X, bundled applications (Forum, RESTful PingPong game in Swing, and address book), and many new tools. Documentation now includes the Tutorial and Getting Started books, examples such as XRL and AJAX, and many other entries to ease the learning curve.