Fiber 1.3.0 is reality and ready to be downloaded! Among the main new features you will find HistoryButton, a new Swing widget which simplifies handling user navigation and history management, and UserTracking, a simple but powerful framework to add user-tracking capabilities to your j2ee web applications.
With this release, a new package is available : fiber-samples. This package will contain sample subprojects which make use of the Fiber library.
Release 1.3.0 of the Fiber library is about to be published. It will provide new widgets, a new net-related framework, and a brand new sample application where you can see the new widgets in action.
You can take a glimpse of the new features browsing the CVS, rom the project homepage. One of the most noticeable entries is the new HistoryButton widget, which will provide easy integration of your applications with history management. ... read more
Fiber v1.2.0 has been released. It provides a new class, RFC822DateFormat which offers an high-performance date formatter/parser which follows the RFC733, RFC822 and other internet standards. You can find more info accessing the project wiki from the project homepage.
It is possible to encounter some downtime accessing the project homepage (which is hosted outside of sourceforge.net) in the period Feb. 7 - Feb. 13. We're sorry for the inconvenience and hope the problems will solve asap.
The first official release of the Fiber project (1.1.0) is now available.
It contains everything that has been produced prior to the opening on SourceForge.net . You can take a look at the release notes to see the main contents of the release
The Fiber project has been officially opened here at Sourceforge.net. However, for some time, the main contents (cvs, wiki, project web site ... ) will remain located at the original site ( http://battlehorse.homelinux.net/jlibrary.do?pid=7 ) until the transition is complete. Please refer to that site for any info you need.
If you want to contribute to this project, feel free to contact me asap. The project is still young (even if i'm working on it for some time) and need a lot of help to become truly "production ready" ! ... read more