Release Notes: Significant new features include incorporation of the Metis Admin Template, the addition of Twitter Bootstrap and updated versions of jQuery/jQueryUI, Bitronix transaction manager and pluggable JTA implementation support, the addition of JBoss KIE and Drools with framework and component knowledge base support, Markdown support, JSON-RPC improvements, data loading improvements to support CSV files and calling services to load data, a Quartz Scheduler history in the DB, and a Quartz persistence implementation.
Release Notes: This is a minor new feature and bugfix release. The main new feature is a write-through per-transaction cache that effectively simulates the database for the scope of the transaction and does all DB updates with a single connection just before commit. Various Mantle services now run 2-3 times as fast with results validated by automated tests. Another set of new features covers internal profiling for artifact execution (entities, services, screens, transitions, etc). OrientDB is now included in the framework by default, instead of only in an addon component as before.
Release Notes: This is a minor new feature, bugfix, and performance enhancement release.
Release Notes: This is a minor feature release and a major quality improvement release. It has undergone significantly more testing than previous releases because of a wider variety of functionality that has been built and tested using the framework, and because of a unit testing effort. New features include popup menus, dynamic options in drop-downs, automatic optimization of queries on view-entities to old select member entities necessary, expanded JCR, and a number of small improvements that generally make the framework easier to use and more reliable.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release. While a few issues have been fixed, the most important one for those just trying Moqui is the explicit sorting of files by name during data loading, which addresses an issue on Linux servers which could make the files in a directory listing through the Java File API come back in any order. Minor new features include DB-configured User Fields on entities, hostname-based tenant selection, and an easier way to specify default themes. A special thanks to the people who have helped test recent releases and offered feedback.
Release Notes: This release includes various bugfixes and library updates. It is also a minor new feature release with added functionality for anonymous authz, enhanced JSON and REST Web service support, XML Form extension with database records (DbForm* entities) for all users or particular users, and an Apache Camel integration with Camel running embedded. This version also replaces the only LGPL library (Restone XML-RPC) in Moqui Framework with an Apache licensed library (Apache XML-RPC) for easier inclusion in other projects and packages.
Release Notes: This version is primarily a maintenance and bugfix release. The few new features are mostly extensions to existing features for improved flexibility, to round out functionality, and to better support standards.
Release Notes: This release includes various fixes and new features to facilitate easy use based on more extensive testing and real-world development using the framework. More examples of different recommended and useful patterns now exist in Moqui Framework itself, and in add-on projects including Mantle, POP Commerce, and others.
Release Notes: This release includes a number of new tools, most notably the Auto Screen UI that creates a user interface based on entity and relationship definitions for master entities, and tabs for the detail and associated entities of each. This release also includes a number of smaller new features and bug fixes found while building a variety of functionality with Moqui Framework. One notable example of that is automatic or explicit alternate screen selection based on the HTTP request User-Agent. Overall, this release is more robust, functional, and reliable than the previous release.
Release Notes: This is the first feature-complete release for the 1.0 series. Various tools screens that may be included in the 1.0-final release are not yet complete, but the framework itself is feature-complete. Following this release, the focus for the framework shifts from implementation to testing and to building applications and tools based on it (in Moqui Framework, Moqui Mantle, and in other Moqui-based projects).