Jodd is a Java utility library and set of frameworks. Jodd tools enrich the JDK with many powerful and feature rich utilities. It helps with everyday tasks, and makes code more robust and reliable. Jodd frameworks is set of lightweight application frameworks, compact yet powerful. Designed following the CoC, DRY, and SCS principles, it makes development simple, but not simpler; you get 90% of the features with 10% of the usual effort.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Java Libraries Application Frameworks|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Jodd micro frameworks have been upgraded. DbOom now supports entityAware mode. All *One* classes have been removed. Some bugs have been fixed. Lagarto parser performance was improved.
Release Notes: This release added@PetiteProvier. Petite manual registration is now more fluent. Petite init methods now can be invoked in 3 lifecycle points. DbOom now supports cache and a-to-many relationships. Support in HTTP for encodings and charsets was improved. Better support was provided for Madvoc action path macros.
Release Notes: The biggest change is a totally new HTTP client. There is also the usual amount of improvements and bugfixes, and some classes have been cleaned. Jodd has finally moved to Gradle. ASM 4.1 source is now included. The BeanCopy tool has been added. The compiler package has been removed as obsolete. A Period class has been added for JDateTime. Madvoc now offers custom path macros.
Release Notes: This is a polished version of our the previous big release. Some things have been fixed, some upgraded, and there are a few new features. It adds a filter method to Jerry. More ways to define hints in $C Template-SQL macro. Fixes an issue with Google App Engine and ReflectUtil. DbSessionProvider now requires DbSession to be created and controlled outside of the class. Migrated to ASM 4.1. Attaching Mail attachments is different (better) now. OSGI information has been added to all jars. CSSelly now supports escaped characters.
Release Notes: This release adds some new and exciting features, re-organizes the whole project, migrates to the Maven multi-module structure, and moves to GitHub.