The Jspresso team is particularly proud to announce the immediate availability of Jspresso 3.5.0.
It's been more than a year without any official release but this one is a major step forward. Among many bug fixes and improvements, the 3.5.0 version brings a lot of new features.
Here are the main facts :
- A new groovy-based DSL (SJS) in lieu of Spring XML to describe and assemble the different applications layers.
- A new Eclipse plugin to support SJS authoring with syntax coloring and code completion, based on the (also) excellent Groovy Eclipse plugin.
- Tons of new features, like new property types (e.g. HTML property) along with their UI support (e.g. rich text editor), Flash based charting, faceless context for integration tests support, ...
We've also expanded the documentation, produced some intro screencasts and updated the site with latest SJS-based tutorials.
And last but not least, Jspresso remains free, using the business-friendly LGPL license.