The focus of this release is on enhancing the usability of tables and enablement. Besides some minor bug fixes third party libraries were updated as usual.
The new version of JCameo has now a completely rewritten view component building process based on a schema description instead of the former Java Beans approach. This refactoring is an important step in direction of tool support, like a GUI builder for JCameo.
Moreover, there are the usual functionality enhancements and third party upgrades. For more details see the changelog.
The focus of this release was to integrate even more SwingX widgets and to extend the functionality of existing ones. So we have now a busy label, filters on lists and tables, auto completion on text fields and drop shadows around titled panes.
This release adds collapsible Grids, highlighting of table rows and a progress panel based on the SwingFX library.
Inluded are some code cleanup together with the usual upgrades of dependent third-party libraries.
Most notably JCameo now uses Spring 2.0.x.