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Spring ActionScript 1.0 is Now Available

Dear community,

We’re pleased to announce that Spring ActionScript 1.0 is now available.

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Spring ActionScript is an offshoot of the Java Spring Framework written in ActionScript 3.0. The framework contains the following core features:

  • Inversion of Control container, configurable with XML or MXML
  • EventBus supporting loose communication between application components
  • Metadata/annotation processing used for autowiring, event handling, ...
  • Operation, Command and Task API
  • Utilities for abstracting server communication
  • Support for Modules
  • Extensions for the Cairngorm and PureMVC frameworks
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Spring Web Flow 2.2.0.RC1 is available

Building on the JSF 2 support in M1 this release features:

  • JSF 2 Spring Travel sample built with PrimeFaces components.
  • A Facelets tag library for the popular Spring Security framework including an <authorize> tag and several EL functions.
  • A working Portlet 2.0 and JSF 1.2 sample that builds on Web Flow's own Portlet support (i.e. without any Portlet Bridge for JSF dependencies).
  • Spring JavaScript jar split into two artifacts: one for Java and one for non-Java resources (css, .js).
  • Upgarde to dojo 1.5 and inclusion of dojox in the bundled custom build.
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RabbitMQ 2.0 is Now Available

Great news for everyone interested in advanced, scalable, enterprise and cloud messaging! The RabbitMQ team has just released a brand new version, RabbitMQ 2.0, of their popular messaging server. The release includes an all new scalable storage engine, native support for multi-protocol messaging, improvements to plugin distribution and much more.

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Spring Community members can use the new Spring AMQP project for both Java and .NET connectivity to RabbitMQ. RabbitMQ and Spring AMQP will be among the incredible technical content featured at SpringOne 2GX 2010 in Chicago, October 19th-21st. Be sure to register now to lock in an early registration discount.

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Spring 3.0.4 is Now Available



Arjen Poutsma has just announced that Spring 3.0.4 is now available. This release addresses over 80 minor issues and updates Spring’s support for some recent third-party releases including Hibernate Core 3.6, Hibernate Validator 4.1, EclipseLink 2.1, and EHCache 2.2.


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All the latest features for Spring as well as advanced technical sessions and roadmap discussion will be happening at SpringOne 2GX 2010 in Chicago, October 19th-21st. Be sure to register now to lock in an early registration discount.

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Spring AMQP 1.0.0.M1 Released

We are pleased to announce that the first milestone release of the Spring AMQP 1.0 project is now available for both Java and .NET!

Download it now: Spring AMQP for Java | Spring AMQP for .NET

Spring AMQP makes common Spring idioms available to developers who are building AMQP-based messaging solutions. For example, building a messaging application that uses RabbitMQ as a broker will feel quite similar to building an application based on Spring’s JMS support. To learn more about the project, visit the Spring AMQP Homepage. There you will find links to the Reference Manual, Forum, Issue Tracker, and more.

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New Milestone Update for SpringSource Tool Suite: 2.3.2.M2

SpringSource has just released a new milestone version of SpringSource Tool Suite: 2.3.2.M2. STS provides the best Eclipse-powered development environment for building Spring and Grails powered enterprise applications. Here are some highlights from the release:

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Apache Tomcat 7.0.0 beta is Now Available

The first Apache Tomcat 7 release, Tomcat 7.0.0 beta, is now available from the Tomcat 7 download page at the Apache Software Foundation.

SpringSource’s Tomcat expert, Mark Thomas, describes the details of the release at TomcatExpert.com.In addition to the implementation of the Servlet 3.0, JSP 2.2 and EL 2.2 specifications, Tomcat 7 boasts a number of new features:


  • memory leak prevention and detection

  • protection against session fixation attacks

  • a simple filter to add cross-site request forgery protection to an application

  • simplified embedding

  • alias support

  • better security for the Manager and Host Manager applications

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