I'm pleased to announced that version 1.1.1 of Beans Binding has just been released
This release provides a drastic increase in performance over 1.0,
the addition of support for binding to a
value property, and a small set of bug fixes.
-- From Saint Petersburg, Russia @ 3:30 AM local time
It's finally time! After months of eating, sleeping and drinking
Beans Binding, I'm thrilled to finally announce that version 1.0 has been released at
for your binding pleasure!
Taking into consideration the feedback that I've received since yesterday's blog on the 0.6 release of Beans Binding,
I've just released 0.6.1 with simpler and more intuitive method names and constants. It's available at
Full details, straight from the release notes:
Just a short note to announce that I've posted the 0.6 release of
the Beans Binding project at http://beansbinding.dev.java.net
In this release:
Although my blog has been quiet for the last few months, it's certainly not for
lack of content to share. In reality, this blog that you're reading now is one
of three that have been living in various stages of completion in my unposted
blogs folder. For many bloggers, I suspect it doesn't work like this. They have
something worthwhile to say (we can hope) and they post it.
Greetings Gentle Reader; I'm thrilled that you've come back to visit!
As you might imagine, we're still working very hard on Mustang,
aiming to make it the best Java SE release in history.
So you've created an empty
JTable, you've given it a
TransferHandler to accept drops,
and you've added it to a
JScrollPane. But when you launch your application and drag some completely valid
data into the table, it rejects you!
Hello again friends!