OpenXava allows you develop applications just by writing simple domain classes with Java or Groovy. The user interface is generated automatically in runtime, without code generation.
OpenXava 4.4 has some new interesting features such as:
- Totals, row count and add action in the collection frame when the collection is folded.
- The frames are folded using a slide effect.
- It's possible to filter by range in list and collections.
- Support for Java 7.
Totals, row count and add action in collection frameIf you have a collection like the next one:
When the user folds the collection frame the result is:
In this way you can put several collections in the same view (and tab) and the user can fold all collections to get a global view of all data, in this way:
Filtering by range in list and collectionsFrom now on the user can filter by a range in any persistent property:
It works for all data types: dates, numbers, strings, etc.
And moreSee changelog for the complete list of new features and fixes.
Download OpenXava 4.4 and try it