Release Notes: The target VM can now be set. When using Java 5 or Java 6, generated code now uses generics. The JMX-exposed functionality has been extended with performance stats, bootstrap-settings, and runtime-settings; this includes the Log4J settings. A few bugs were resolved.
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: This release is aimed at extensive testing, so critical issues can be identified and fixed before the final release.
Release Notes: This release contains some bugfixes. The integration with NetBeans has been improved. The petstore demo looks much better.
Release Notes: The petstore demo has been improved. The runtime performance has improved. A few bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: XINS 1.4.0-beta1 includes a new blueprint demo. The generated open format document from the specifications has been improved. A new target create-example has been added to generate the specification of an example. A lot of bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for functional error codes, attribute combos, multiple custom calling conventions, and the ability to define a default calling convention. A new package was added to help you call an API asynchronously. The generation of the Java file for the server side is now much faster. Several small bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Some bugs introduced in 1.4.0-alpha1 were fixed. The code was reviewed and cleaned up, and some minor enhancements were made.
Release Notes: This release contains most of the features planned for 1.4.0. This includes automatic detection of the calling convention, the possibility to add Web pages to the generated WAR file, generation of an Open Document Format file from the specifications, the possibility to start the API when executing the tests, and many more.