To assist all developers with their upgrade to Spring 3.0 GA, SpringSource has released an update to SpringSource Tool Suite (STS), the best Eclipse-powered development environment for building Spring, Groovy and Grails powered enterprise applications. The new version (2.3.0) is now available for download and includes:
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- Micosoft Test Framework integration - Integration test classes to support MSTest in addition to NUnit.
- TIBCO EMS integration - Helper classes to increase your productivity developing messaging
based applications with TIBCO EMS.
- NVelocity integration - Helper classes to configure a NVelocity template engine in a Spring based application
- VS.NET Solution Templates - VS.NET 2008 based solution templates to get you up and running quickly creating Spring based applications.
- DI support for Enterprise Service Components
Congratulations to Juergen, Arjen and all the other SpringSource engineers that worked so hard on the release. Also a huge thank you to all of the dedicated community members that have given feedback and identified issues along the way. Please keep up the good work so that we can continue to make all the Spring projects better and better.
Fresh from Arjen Poutsma's twitter feed: Spring 3.0.0.RC2 is now available. The release candidate contains lots of fixes to issues raised by community members and has also been updated to support the final versions of JSR-330 "javax.inject" and JSR-303 "javax.validation" APIs.
Today SpringSource has released an update to SpringSource Tool Suite (STS), the best Eclipse-powered development environment for building Spring, Groovy and Grails powered enterprise applications. The latest version (2.2.1) is now available for download and includes:
- Hot on the heels of the latest Spring Roo release, STS now supports Spring Roo 1.0.0.RC3 and enhances the Roo shell with hyperlinking to application files letting you open them for editing with a single click.
- The STS Grails tools have been updated to include a GSP editor for easy page template editing. The Grails tools can be downloaded as an extension to STS.
- Support for the latest milestones of SpringSource dm Server: 2.0.0.M6.
- Improvements to the Cloud Foundry integration that Charles Lee discussed in today's blog post.
Dear Spring Community,
I am pleased to announce that the Spring Integration 2.0.0 Milestone 1 release is now available.
This milestone introduces the following features:
- Spring EL support for endpoints (router, filter, transformer, etc)
- Spring EL support for Messaging Mappers including a parameter-level @MessageMapping annotation
- AOP-based MessagePublishingInterceptor including a method-level @Publisher annotation (using SpEL also)
- JMS-backed Message Channels as drop-in replacements for any channel elements
- and more (see the Release Notes for the full list)
Dear Spring Community,
I'm pleased to announce that the 1.0.1 maintenance release of Spring BlazeDS Integration, the open source solution for building Spring-powered RIAs with Adobe Flex, is now available.
Along with a number of minor bug fixes and enhancements, we have done some restructuring of the popular Spring BlazeDS Test Drive bundled sample application to make it even easier to get up and running in a variety of different environments, and to bring some of the configuration elements further in line with what you might see in the near future in a SpringSource Tool Suite project creation template for Spring BlazeDS Integration projects. Also, we've enhanced the security example further to really show how having Spring Security so tightly integrated sets this solution apart from alternate approaches to securing Flex applications.
This release got overshadowed by some of the recent news this week, but I want to tell the community that Spring 3.0.0.M4 is now available.
This release includes some documentation changes, updated OSGi manifest information, a number of other improvements, along with some small revisions to supported frameworks like Hibernate, Tiles and others. Thank you to all of the dedicated community members that have given feedback and identified issues.