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The Milyn Project is building Open-Source Java components for XML and non-XML Transformation and Analysis.

Smooks

Smooks is a Java framework for managing and performing Fragment based Data Transformation and Analysis using existing technologies such as XSL, StringTemplate, pure/raw Java and Groovy.

Smooks gives you more control when performing XML Transformations and Analysis by giving you the freedom to use the tools and programming languages most appropriate to the type of transformation in question (or your skill-set).

  • Mix and Match different tools and languages in the process of transforming a single message/document e.g. it may be easier to transform one part of the document using pure Java and another part using XSLT.
  • Simplify your XSL Stylesheets and maintain their portability by getting Smooks to execute your "extension" code.
  • Build Complex Java Object Graphs using the Smooks Javabean Cartiridge.
  • more...

Other Milyn Components

EdiSax

An EDI to SAX Event Parser. Process an EDI message using XML Tools/APIs.

Tinak

A component for performing browser recognition and browser profiling in a J2EE Servlet Container.

Magger

A component for parsing Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) data into a Document Object Model (DOM).


The JBoss ESB 4.0 Transformation Service is built on Smooks Technology. Read more...                                      

News

Thursday 2nd February 2007

JBoss ESB 4.0 was released yesterday. Smooks is playing a very central role in the latest addition to JBoss' long list of successful Middleware products. The JBoss ESB 4.0 Transformation Service (a central component in any ESB product) is built on Smooks technology. Read more...

Thursday 1st June 2006

Posted Smooks Templating Cartridge. Extends the power of the Smooks JavaBean Cartridge by allowing bean populated StringTemplate based XML transformations. See Tutorial.

Thursday 11st February 2006

Posted initial findings of integrating the Smooks Servlet Filter into the Chiba XForms Engine, replacing the Chiba XSLT transformation with a Smooks transformation. Response-time benchmarkings show Smooks to be up to x15 faster than XSLT for this type of transformation. See Chiba Integration for more details.

Wednesday 21st December 2005

Posted a prototype version of the Smooks Report Generator.  Speed up creation/testing of websites that work across a range of browser types an versions!

Sources merged using Guiffy SureMerge.

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