The Tynamo project aims to make Java enterprise application development radically simpler by allowing developers to focus on the domain model and having other portions dynamically generated. We are building on existing technologies such as Tapestry and Hibernate rather than reinventing the wheel.
Project Lambda was merged to the mainline a while back but b106 is the official developer preview release and (depending on how you look at things) it was actually released on schedule. My main interest beyond lamba expessions is how the JRE performs with the new metaspace. Naturally Mark has a few forewords to say about the new JDK8 build, go get yours!
- [TYNAMO-211] - Allow parametrized configuration in federated login components for setting rememberMe in the token
- [TYNAMO-220] - Implement rolling tokens support for federated accounts
- [TYNAMO-181] - Implement DefaultJpaFederatedAccountServiceImpl
- [TYNAMO-182] - Support GitHub federated login
- [TYNAMO-93] - Support for Google OAuth 2.0
- [TYNAMO-217] - returnPageName is required since there's no defaultReturnPage prop in AbstractOauthSignIn
This two little but useful libraries have new versions available.
- tapestry-resteasy 0.3.2 is mostly a maintenance release for updating the JAX-RS dependency to JBoss' resteasy 3.0.1.Final.
- tapestry-routing 0.0.6 introduces:
- cleaner and more flexible API design.
- support for reloading of @At annotations (TYNAMO-8814)
- support for the tapestry.application-folder symbol (TYNAMO-15717)
- the ability to contribute Routes from different sources
- a new annotation called @Route as an alternative to the @At annotation
The Tynamo Team.
- [TYNAMO-176] - Incorrect redirect to login page in case of ajax request
- [TYNAMO-125] - Else block for the security components
- [TYNAMO-193] - Allow temporarily disabling security for an invocation of Callable
- [TYNAMO-195] - Make LoginForm error messages localizable
- [TYNAMO-183] - Improve support for Instance-Level Access Control