Release Notes: The logging messages have been improved, an error page is now displayed when an XSLT error occurs in the front-end framework, and a new 'tests' target has been added for testing all of your APIs at once. This release also contains some bugfixes and the import of a WSDL file has been improved.
Release Notes: Several bugs such as sending of international characters and compilation problems were fixed. A clean-up of the code and of the logging was undertaken. New utility methods were added.
Release Notes: This version adds Yahoo-style JSON calls, including the callback. The calling conventions are now only created and initialized when needed. The generation of the WSDL has been improved as well as the generation of the API from the WSDL or from the XML Schema. This version also contains several bugfixes.
Release Notes: Two new targets were added: one to convert XML Schema to type files and one to convert WSDL to a XINS API. Two new APIs were added in the example: one with a pure REST example and one implementing Web Services using the scripting language Groovy. Also added in this release was the _DisableAPI and _EnableAPI meta-functions, the shared error code, and the possibility to skip a function call.
Release Notes: This version includes many new features, including the _WSDL meta-function, auto-filling of the test forms with the examples, a JSON-RPC calling convention, Map to POJO conversion, the ability to edit XML elements, a REST example, and a new download-tools target.
Release Notes: New features include integration in the core and improvement of the front-end framework, improved integration with Eclipse and NetBeans, JMX integration, and new targets to run PMD, FindBugs, code coverage, java2html, and JMeter on the API. New Ant tasks were added to execute a XINS target and to call a XINS API. This release contains also some bugfixes.
Release Notes: Two new targets were added: "xins eclipse", which will create the Eclipse project files, and "xins maven", which will create the pom.xml file for the API. It's now possible to share types between APIs. A manual of the XINS Front-end Framework has been added. This release also contains a few bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds the _hex type. The XINS front-end framework is now part of the core library. A new demo name, "fileupload", has been added. It's now possible to call an API using the network (in JVM call). Some bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: This release contains the same bugfixes which were done in XINS 1.4.1. XINS now has JMX support to manage the API. A new Ant task that can be used to call a XINS API has been added. Another Ant task used to execute a XINS target has been added. Several new targets were added that allow you to execute some tools on your API (such as PMD, java2html, cobertura, cvs change log, checksyle, and more).
Release Notes: The main new features are automatic communication protocol detection, asynchronous requests, generation of documentation in OpenDocument format, support for including files (e.g. HTML) in the WAR file, and an extensive Pet Store demo. Additionally, both the compile-time performance and the runtime performance of XINS have been tuned further. Some bugs were fixed.