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BeanView is library for automatically generating user interface forms directly from JavaBeans, with built-in support for validation and complex data models. For more information about BeanView, see http://www.beanview.com/. BeanView 1.0.1 has been posted. The main feature change is support for render IDs in the Echo 2 implementation, thereby adding support for Selenium. Download BeanView 1.0.1...
on Aug 11, 2006
I've been working on an open source framework for some time now, which I have now released as BeanView 1.0. It can be downloaded from: http://www.beanview.com/ http://sourceforge.net/projects/beanview/ Briefly, BeanView allows you to create forms from your POJO + JDK 1.5 Annotations models. It supports generating forms for both Swing and Echo 2 user interfaces. No code generation is required -...
on Jun 7, 2006
One of the things that I've been somewhat annoyed by is the sheer variety of data types floating around. I'm reminded of the old days, when connecting to a BBS and you had to specify even/odd parity, or the bit order - nowadays, you can pretty much just assume that you can connect with a PPP connection to get a TCP/IP "dialtone." I've been somewhat surprised at how long the data type problem has...
on Jul 14, 2003