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Apache Isis now has Shiro Integration for Security

01.29.2013
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Hot on the heels of Isis’ first release as an Apache top-level project, we’ve now released a new security component that integrates with Apache Shiro.

At the same time, we’ve updated our Maven archetype (that combines Wicket, Restful and JDO) to incorporate this new Shiro security component.

The Maven archetype has also been simplified so that there is now just a single webapp that hosts both the Wicket viewer and the RestfulObjects viewer. There’s also a new welcome page to help you get started and start refactoring the app towards your own requirements.

Give it a whirl!

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