Scope is a framework built around an extensible implementation of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern. It provides an easy-to-use Java library that can be used as a basis for component-oriented application development following the layered architecture detailed in Sun's J2EE and in Cheesman/Daniels: UML Components. Scope ships with three View implementations: one for Swing GUIs, one for servlet deployments using XML/XSLT, and another for JSP applications. It has been used commercially as a foundation for development of a VoiceXML UI.
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Release Notes: This is a minor release with bugfixes. Note that major new functionality is now incubated in the "scope-inprogress" CVS module until it is ready to be moved over to the stable "scope" module. This includes a bound STree, an example of SComboBox as a STable cell editor, and a bound ModelButton.
Release Notes: This is a minor release with bugfixes. Only cleaning up of documentation is needed before the 1.0 release. It uses the JAXP/TRAX APIs and ships with Saxon instead of Xerces/Xalan (although it works against those libraries too).
Release Notes: Bugfixes and new documentation.
Release Notes: This is a minor release that fixes various bugs in the Swing implementation, including preliminary work on allowing SLists and STables to be sorted (see the SearchResultsView in FileFind sample, and the SAbstractListModel API). It also introduces the final validation handling strategy for servlet implementations.
Release Notes: Bugfixes were made and minor features were added. The servlet implementation was refactored a final time, and a proof of concept JSP implementation was added for future development. An automatic "busy cursor" is included in the Swing implementation. An "Introduction to Scope" presentation was added to the documentation.