Release Notes: This is a performance release, adding the ability to tell how long the result can be cached in the specifications, to return "not modified" with "no data", and to received compressed data. Performance has improved over 3.0, and the JSON-RPC 2.0 calling convention has been added.
Release Notes: This release candidate fixes minor bugs and prepares for the final release.
Release Notes: This is a performance improvement and bugfix release.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix and documentation release.
Release Notes: This release add cacheable functions and adds the ability to return unmodified results to avoid unneeded data traffic. A JSON-RPC 2.0 calling convention has been added. When an error occurs, more details are now returned to the client.
Release Notes: This release makes XINS compatible with Java 1.5 again. The documentation about the integration with the Spring framework and about how to compress data on the server side has been improved. An example with jQuery has been added. The user can now set or get the HttpClient in the XINS configuration. A new HttpClient can be set which uses Netty instead of the Apache HttpClient. This version also has some bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release enables receiving compressed data by default. It has better support for SSL connections. Messages will appear in the logs if the server is outdated. A new performance chapter has been added to the documentation, which is now up-to-date on the website.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release of 3.0. The main bug was that logdoc and znerd-util libraries were not added in the WAR file.
Release Notes: An upgrade was made to Java 5. Apache HTTPClient 4.2 is now supported. A backpack object is passed between methods and calling conventions. The use of standard Java objects for properties and XML was improved. On the server side, it is now possible to define load balancing, servlet filters, and interceptor. Running on Netty is supported. Client side mocks can now be generated.
Release Notes: This release candidate prepares the pom for the final release and has been tested with Java 7.