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Sight is a Java Web framework built on top of J2EE technologies, and particularly on top of the servlet API. SightWF provides a simple programming model for building RIA applications. SightWF is initially designed to be deployed on Google App Engine, and can be run in a J2EE servlet container such as Tomcat.

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Recent releases

  •  08 May 2010 18:00

    Release Notes: The StringTemplate template engine has been integrated. Beanutils is now used for form decoding. SightWF is now compliant with AOP alliance MethodInterceptor and uses JSR330 javax.inject.Inject, javax.inject.Named, and javax.inject.Qualifier annotations. Constructor and field injection has been added. An experimental fast start solution for GAE has been developed.

    •  10 Apr 2010 00:24

      Release Notes: The Guice DI framework was integrated. Dependency graph and component life cycle annotations are now customizable. New REST annotations have been added. The graph layout was improved and the documentation was updated.

      •  21 Mar 2010 10:28

        Release Notes: The migration from Gson JAVA to JSON Object converter has been completed. This version includes a full ExtDirect application with Form/Grid/Tree and a custom Data Encoder in action. The documentation has been improved. The public API has been published.

        •  09 Mar 2010 23:36

          Release Notes: The architecture has been improved to integrate ExtDirect. Support was added for ExtDirect. A new application, "ExtDirect demo", was added. Support was added for multiple "in parameters" for JSON Post. Some issues with JSON encoding/decoding were fixed.

          •  04 Mar 2010 09:13

            Release Notes: Generation of component graph dependencies was added. The Servlet API has been completely hidden. JSON to JAVA serialization was improved to support parameterized collection for in parameters. A complete EXTJS/Hibernate demo is now available.


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