The Objective HTML toolkit allows programming of HTML forms in Java in the style of traditional client-server GUI toolkits. Its aim is to make maintenance and development easier through encapsulation of form components into Java objects.
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Release Notes: Full Struts integration has been added, allowing you to configure form signal-slot connections and actions via XML configuration files. multipart/form-data is now natively supported.
Release Notes: This is a patch release to fix a number of bugs in ohtmlc. The following bugs have been fixed: 506332 (the password type was generated as text), 506413 (the name attribute was set by ohtmlc), and 506416 (the button type was not generated).
Release Notes: A new Objective HTML compiler (ohtmlc), which will allow developers to design their forms using normal HTML and have them compiled into OHTML code. This provides an easy and clean way for developers to separate their form design from their form logic. The release also contains a number of bugfixes and includes some other new features.
Release Notes: This release includes the new signals and slots system that allows client-side events to be captured on the server, providing a neat and effective event handling system. This version also contains a number of bugfixes, mostly related to the HTMLTable widget.