improving your productivity - J2EE Spider 1.0.0-M3 released

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Bruno Braga

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May 27, 2008, 9:19:37 AM5/27/08
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J2EE Spider is a tool for generating JEE code capable of increasing the productivity of Web development projects.

The version 1.0.0-M3 was released and has many improvements.

More about the project

Changelog:
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Version 1.0.0-M3 (2008-05-25)

Bug
    * [Template] - Fix on template for Struts - cruds with field date, javascripts and others.
    * [Template] - Solved generation problem in the folder /jsp/velocity used for the struts-menu.
    * [Plugin - Core] - When a package had the same name of the mapping project generated classes in the wrong folder.
   
Improvement
    * [Plugin - Core] - Distribution of the plug-in using jar and a separate file from the template.
    * [Plugin - Core] - Added validation of compatibility between the template and plug-in.
    * [Plugin - Core] - Creation of exclusive tab for managing templates.
    * [Plugin - Core] - Improved performance of build.
    * [Plugin - Core] - Added button to select all the attributes of a class in CRUD.
    * [Plugin - UI] - New wizard to open the SPIDER Editor.
    * [Template] - More translations for the i18n.
    * [Template] - Created attributes to store a summary of the characteristics of each template.
    * [Template] - Added to template the possibility of running ant scripts to complete the build.
    * [Template] - Using the feature of running ant scripts to run xdoclet-build.xml after the generation of CRUDs with Struts.
    * [Template] - Alignment HTML code of jsp pages generated.
    * [Others] - Using Atlassian Bamboo as software for continuous integration and the Fisheye.
    * [Others] - Created an Eclipse Update Site for installation and upgrade of the plug-in.
    * [Documentation] - Site: more pages translation into English (more documentation).
    * [Documentation] - New session "Getting Started" on the site.
   
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Bruno Braga

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