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JSON-taglib 0.4 released

A new version of json-taglib has been released.
Details of the changes are as follows:

* Removed json:data tag (was deprecated in previous release). Any
usage of json:data MUST now be replaced by json:object

* Added an escapeXml attribute to all tags that will escape all XML
special characters. The default behaviour is to escape all XML
characters to help prevent XSS attacks. This can be disabled by
setting escapeXml=false on any tag, or by setting a page attribute or
context-param atg.taglib.json.escapeXml=false. ... read more

Posted by James Wiltshire 2007-06-25

JSON-taglib 0.3 released

A new version of json-taglib has been released.

Details of the changes are as follows:

* Added support for passing arrays and Maps as well as Collections to the 'items' of the json:array tag. The 'items' attribute should now accept all of the same types as the c:forEach tag.

* Allow pretty-printing to be enabled by setting a page attribute "atg.taglib.json.prettyPrint".

* Allow json:array as a top level tag, along with json:object. This allows both JSON objects and arrays to be serialized as per RFC 4627. Deprecated the json:data tag which is no longer required. ... read more

Posted by James Wiltshire 2007-04-19

JSON-taglib 0.2 released

An updated version of JSON-taglib has just been released. The new version includes a number of bugfixes and improvements, including improved error messages and support for running within a JDK1.4 environment.

This release also includes a completely redesigned project site.
http://json-taglib.sourceforge.net

Full details of the changes can be found in the project change log:
http://json-taglib.sourceforge.net/changes-report.html

Posted by James Wiltshire 2007-02-25

JSON-taglib 0.1 released

JSON-taglib is a JSP 2.0 tag library used to render JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) data from within JSP code. It can be used as part of the server-side of an AJAX application, allowing you to use the full power of JSP to format your JSON data.

We are pleased to announce the release of version 0.1 of this tag library.

Details of the project, along with detailed usage instructions and tutorials can be found at the project website.
http://json-taglib.sourceforge.net/... read more

Posted by James Wiltshire 2007-02-06