New release supports java 8 JSR-310: Date and Time API.
In addition to database(s) it supports reading/writing .csv and .xls files.
After unzipping file you'd see several NetBeans projects including source, jars and examples.
Before running examples please read ProjectJulp-4\julp-examples\EXAMPLES-README.txt.
There are still a lot of developers who are using DAOs, JDBC instead of JPA, Hibernate etc. So this is for them ;)
The most important change that there is no more need to extend your objects from AbstractDomainObject in order to use this library.
See more details: http://lgurevich.users.sourceforge.net/index.html
I have a new release, however I feel that JPA, hibernate, etc. make this little project not really important :)
However for a few users it maybe useful.