Release Notes: This release is built upon a complete clean implementation with a refined clean Resource Oriented Computing abstraction.
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.
Release Notes: This release provides new HTTP client libraries for creating RESTful SOA middleware. The RDBMS services have been enhanced with connection pooling, and transactions are now fully supported. A bug with the classloader for a newly installed module after hot-restart has been fixed. Several minor updates have been made to service modules.
Release Notes: This release features the addition of the JMS connection module which allows NetKernel to be scaled out as a full- featured peer on any JMS enterprise service bus. A JMS Transport allows the development of Message-Driven- Services whilst a JMS Accessor allows applications to be the primary source of JMS messages. Also new in this release are a new plug-in tool for dynamically configuring the cache settings, and a new module visualization tool to graphically explore a module's public/private URI address space. This release also ships some minor patches and updates.
Release Notes: This release provides a new SOAP infrastructure which offers server-side hosting and client-side invocation of SOAP Web-services. It is now possible to concurrently expose a NetKernel Web-service using SOAP 1.1, 1.2, and REST technologies. XSLT v2.0 transforms and XPath v2.0 xpath evaluations are now supported. The XML-core module provides new DOM2SAX and SAX2DOM transreptors, allowing XML pipelines to transparently and dynamically convert between XML object models. The NetKernel debugger now provides a view of the dependency tree for the resources held at a debug breakpoint.
Release Notes: This release provides new and comprehensive structured documentation which progressively covers the general NetKernel concepts and abstractions through to developer guides and low-level class library references. HTTP support has been rearchitected around a low-level HTTP transport and an application-level HTTP Bridge which processes the HTTP request into application-friendly arguments based on user defined processing rules. Hot or cold restart is faster and now only performs post-boot operations on changed modules. Operation on Win32 is improved with fixes to the resource loader.
Release Notes: A new Level-2 file-based cache provides improved system memory footprint flexibility. A new SMTP server module which supports multi-part MIME email messaging was added. Updates have been made to the tpt_http and mod_db modules. New set/getURIQuery accessors enable URI Query parts to be used on internal URIs. Some errata updates were made to the documentation, and a new kernel scalability analysis document is provided.
Release Notes: Web-based control panel services were added, including a module install wizard with auto-discovery of docs/entrypoints. New XML modules include XForms, XML-to-RDBMS, and a spec compliant XQuery. There are new accessors for service invocation, cache dependency threading, SQL, XHTML, image processing, and more. The microkernel was updated to version 2.2, and supports hot module deployment, hot restart, load management, runtime reconfiguration, and memory and performance optimizations. The Dev Kit provides full documentation, trailmaps, demonstrations, developer wizards, and tools.