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UJO Framework

UJO Framework offers a special architecture of beans different from conventional JavaBeans. The useful features are XML persistence of an object tree, simple introspection, easy collaboration with Swing tables, and very light weight.

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  •  15 Jun 2011 18:02

    Release Notes: The UJO Framework is renamed to the Ujorm.

    •  16 Mar 2010 20:01

      Release Notes: A new method to copy a value: UjoProperty.copy(from, to). A new method to create an instance: Criterion.where(condition). The Criterion visualization is improved by the method Criterion.toString(). Code cleanup.

      •  04 Jan 2010 20:45

        Release Notes: The method UjoProperty.getValue() replaces the value of null as the default, instead of the original method Ujo.readValue() in the previous release. Two UjoProperties can be easily concatenated using the new type safe method add(...). The base UJO objects support the 'java.io.Serializable' feature, including the OrmTable. There is code cleanup, extended JavaDocs, and small bugfixes.

        •  24 Sep 2009 18:32

          Release Notes: Two Criterion operators are done for user customization in the SQL statement (Ujorm). Hibernate support has been added. A new static method creates a ListProperty with the default property name. JavaDoc improvements include 'Tutorial in the class' being done. Some performance tuning has been done, and new benchmark values are released.

          •  15 Sep 2009 17:17

            Release Notes: The new QuickUjo implementation can take the Ujo property name from a class field name. There are new factory methods of the UjoProperty implementation. This release includes refactoring as well as ORM support via the Ujorm module.

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