The latest jMaki release is the beta release candidate for the next major jMaki release.
jMaki is a framework that provides a lightweight model for reusable Ajax-enabled widgets of your own design or for those extending existing toolkits. jMaki allows you to easily add widgets from multiple toolkits on one web page.
GlassFish V2 have lots of great new features such as clustering, administration support for clustering, enable new Web Services stack and many bug fixes. We really want to get feedback on what the community thinks about them so in the spirit of transparency and community building we are putting effort into stablizing milestone 2 before it is released.
jMaki allows Java developers to use popular AJAX-style widgets as a JSP tag library or JSF component. Recently we updated project jMaki's website with a new look.
Last May we shipped V1_Milestone 7 of GlassFish, a Java EE 5 compatible, production quality application server. We are currently working on the V2 release which adds more enterprise level features. Today we promoted milestone 1 for the V2 release which contains JAXWS 2.0.1, clustering and many bug fixes.
As you know M7 is the final, Java EE 5 compatible release for GlassFish v1. It is a production quality, deployable app server. GlassFish v1_UR1 is the follow up bug fix only release to M7.
The GlassFish BoF on Tuesday evening of JavaOne was well attended with lots of great questions. Jim, Amy and I gave a quick overview of GlassFish, where we are today, highlights on the community and roadmap with future directions. I have posted the slides here .
At the GlassFish and JUG reception Wed night of JavaOne included some time to recognize contributions from members of the GlassFish community. Several awards have 2 winners because we recognized both Sun employees and non-Sun employees. View GlassFish award
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GlassFish v1, (milestone 7) has shipped! It is the first Java EE 5 compatible application server availablle to date.
Work on GlassFish v2 has already begun and promoted builds are available.
A TENTATIVE GlassFish roadmap was announced yesterday at JavaOne. Here is a summary of what is planned so far and additional information will be provided soon. Please use the GlassFish firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list to provide feedback.