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Dan Haywood is a UK-based freelance consultant specializing in enterprise application development using domain driven design approaches and agile development. Technology skills include Java, JEE, .NET, Sybase, RDBMS, OOAD, UML, AOP, TDD, Subversion and TFS Dan is a committer and advocate of the Naked Objects framework, and the author of “Domain Driven Design using Naked Objects”, published by the Pragmatic Bookshelf. Dan is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 13 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Apache Isis release v1.0.0

01.25.2013
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Following on from recent graduation as an Apache top level project and the work we’ve done since (new website, moving to git, semantic versioning), I’m proud to announce that Isis 1.0.0 has been released.

In fact, the news is a little old by now; we got the release out just in time for Xmas 2012, which had always been my hope.

This first release consists of:

  • Isis core 1.0.0
  • Isis JDO ObjectStore 1.0.0, based on JDO/DataNucleus 3.1.x
  • Isis File-based security 1.0.0, providing simple authentication and authorization
  • Isis Wicket Viewer 1.0.0, providing a generic (naked objects) UI as a webapp, based on Apache Wicket 6.2.0
  • Isis Restful Objects Viewer 1.0.0, providing a generic RESTful interface, based on JBoss RestEasy 2.3.1

More information about these on the Isis website.

In addition, we released a new Maven archetype that combines all the above components into a single archetype. Thus, with one command, you can have a complete Isis webapp built, already integrating the Wicket or Restful viewers through to an RDBMS-based objectstore.

So, do take a moment to check it out.

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