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Yawda

Yawda is an MVC Web development application framework based on Struts. With it, you can easily output HTML, SVG, PNG, JPEG, PDF, RTF, XML, JS, CSS (and any text file) with data from several sources. It uses cayenne ORM (or another tool like jaxor, hibernates, or jdbc) and rhinoJS or Java for the model, Struts for the controller, and Velocity/iText/Batik for the view component.

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  •  17 Oct 2004 13:57

    Release Notes: A race condition in the CRequestWrapper addEndRequestListener method was corrected. A custom HTTP sessions implementation is used, so sessions can be serialized on the file system or in a blob field in the database. A bug in the CNavigationItem class where form parameters were not set correctly was corrected. The cache system is directly checked in the filter before the request goes on to the application. A bug was corrected in the CDatasourceRealm which occurred when sometimes it couldn't find the datasource.

    •  02 Oct 2004 10:20

      Release Notes: A deadlock in the class loader's findClass method was corrected along with a StackOverflowError in the findResources() method. The padawan module now uses ShaniDomParser to validate user entry. A bug in the CJavaModelConfig that prevented runtime compilation was fixed.

      •  15 Sep 2004 09:06

        Release Notes: This version corrects a bug in the classloader (jar cache), changes the Cayenne library to 1.1B2, uses ShaniDomParser as default XML DOM parser, and extends the custom tag library for Velocity to PDF, XML, and SVG view components.

        •  25 Jul 2004 13:29

          Release Notes: Support for portlets was added. A skin portlet and a logon portlet were added. Support for a custom tag library was added. A bug with some proxies was corrected. A bug in i18n support was corrected.

          •  14 Jul 2004 19:52

            Release Notes: A class has been added to take the database connection for cayenne from a JNDI data source. A big memory leak in the request/session/env object has been fixed. The js model executor incorrectly reloaded its classloader every request.

            Recent comments

            22 Sep 2004 02:00 allcolor

            Re: Where's the beef?


            > (I didn't intend to be rude and hope

            > this observation doesn't sound insulting)

            It's not insulting but frankly, do you think this kind of thread is at the right place ? It's a project page on freshmeat. The first guy just put a comment without even try the software, it's ridiculous.

            22 Sep 2004 01:32 xakep

            Re: Where's the beef?

            > under it. But if you want to be rude,

            > and not try it, do

            > what you want, It's a free software, if

            > you're not

            > interrested pass your way and do not

            > insult people.

            You're contradicting yourself here. If he wants to be

            rude and is supposed to do what he wants, he
            should

            go insult people, not pass his way.

            (I didn't intend to be rude and hope this observation
            doesn't
            sound insulting)

            14 Sep 2004 04:54 allcolor

            Re: Where's the beef?

            > Anybody who purports to have developed a

            > MVC framework and has NO WEBSITE

            > ACTUALLY RUNNING under it (the thing

            > claims to run every flavor of web based

            > V) has got to be pulling your leg.

            >

            > This is a joke right?

            No it's not.. There is an example application which run

            under it. But if you want to be rude, and not try it, do

            what you want, It's a free software, if you're not

            interrested pass your way and do not insult people.

            Thank you


            For an example thing running under it:
            http://www.allcolor.org/board/board.do

            14 Sep 2004 04:22 dglee

            Where's the beef?
            Anybody who purports to have developed a MVC framework and has NO WEBSITE ACTUALLY RUNNING under it (the thing claims to run every flavor of web based V) has got to be pulling your leg.

            This is a joke right?

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