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wro4j

wro4j is a project that will help you to easily improve your Web application page loading time. It can help you to keep your static resources (JavaScript and CSS) well organized, merge and minify them at run-time (using a simple filter) or build-time (using a Maven plugin), and has several features you may find useful when dealing with Web resources.

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1.7.5 09 Apr 2014 07:08

This release contains mostly bug fixes.

Recent releases

  •  18 Jun 2014 12:11

    Release Notes: This release contains mostly bugfixes and few upgrades of dependencies, including less4j, Ember.js, and Google Closure.

    •  24 Mar 2014 12:28

      Release Notes: This release contains mostly bug fixes and few upgrades of dependencies, like less4j, jshint, jruby, emberjs, handlebards, and coffee-script.

      •  24 Jan 2014 14:23

        Release Notes: This release makes ResourceWatcher check for changes asynchronously, upgrades less4j, jshint, and handlebars dependencies, and adds other bugfixes and small improvements.

        •  05 Nov 2013 21:06

          Release Notes: This release adds multiple context folders for the maven plugin, incremental build support for linter goals in the maven plugin, upgrades for jruby, emberjs, and the handlebars Listener for resourceWatcher, and bugfixes and small improvements.

          •  19 Sep 2013 10:33

            Release Notes: This is a minor release containing mostly bugfixes and small improvements. The most notable improvements are related to the maven plugin. It is now possible to run in parallel preProcessors and each target group as well, and incremental build support is available out of the box using the new configuration parameter "incrementalBuildEnabled".

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