Release Notes: This version comes with many bugfixes, better Spring IoC integration, support for constructor injection on interceptors, and an option to disable auto-loading.
Release Notes: This release supports parameter injection for your logic methods. A new Eclipse plugin was added. You can download it using Eclipse update manager at http://www.vraptor.org/eclipse/. Furthermore, the component's default name has changed. When using the @Component without any string inside, Vraptor will cut off any Logic from the classname. That simplifies the @Component annotation, but be aware of backward compatibility issues.
Release Notes: This release comes with improved documentation, a lot of bugfixes, and some new functions. A new interceptor stack is now available that gives you the ability to group interceptors, shrinking your annotation code. Localized double and float converters were added to make it easier to code i18n applications. At the same time, a new plugin tutorial has been added that explains how to create your own vraptor plugin. A lot of code has been refactored, and more test cases were added in order to ensure VRaptor's functionality for end users.
Release Notes: The Web application was translated to German and Portuguese. A few bugs were corrected. New documentation on validation messages can be found in the corresponding tutorial. 404 errors are correctly handled. A new example on how to internationalize your application was created. A few new converters and reports were added.
Release Notes: This release adds the long-awaited view redirection and file upload tutorials, along with a few important bugfixes and even more tests. The mydvds application has been updated to show how to use the file uploading feature supporting multipart-requests (as it was not supported in earlier releases). The application now links to the StatsQuery logic, which shows all of vraptor's configuration in order to help new programmers using vraptor. It also logs its initialization time, as the developer can choose either between automatic class loading or registering components one-by-one.