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Tuesday, October 31, 2006

QuipuKit 1.0

TeamDev is pleased to announce release 1.0 of QuipuKit library for JSF. First available in the Early Access Program, QuipuKit has gone through several public builds to mature into a release-ready product.

The QuipuKit library offers developers a variety of new ways to create feature-rich Web applications while leveraging the benefits of JSF technology. It includes an extended set of fully customizable JSF components (DataTable, TreeTable, Chart, PopupLayer, Calendar, and others) and a validation framework that shifts the standard JSF validation to the client side.

The major highlights of QuipuKit components:
AJAX-enabled dynamic data updates
Flexible component configuration and CSS-based styling
Support for all major browsers and JSF implementations

And QuipuKit validation framework provides the following features:
Support for standard server-side validation logic on the client side
Additional validators and flexible error presentation

Learn more about QuipuKit library. Explore the QuipuKit features in the online demo. Discuss the library at our support forums.

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

QuipuKit RC1

We are almost ready for releasing version 1.0 of the QuipuKit library for JSF. To give you a sneak peek at it, we have made it available as a Release Candidate. Download and evaluate the features that will be available in the final version of QuipuKit.

RC1 comes with numerous bug fixes, changes in API and many other improvements. For more details, see Release Notes page.

Monday, October 2, 2006

Java-COM integration on Windows 64

Our latest efforts were aimed at making support for Windows 64 support more comprehensive. Now we can say for sure that our products fully support Windows 64.

The new version of ComfyJ enables Java applications (running in 64-bit mode) to work with 64-bit COM. Using this version, you can now create and register 64-bit Java COM servers using Server Manager application.

For your convenience, the ComfyJ product line has been extended with variations on supported platforms.

What's coming up next?

The following projects should be in news soon:
JNIWrapper for 64-bit Linux platform.
JNIWrapper for Linux on PPC platform.
JxBrowser a library for integrating Mozilla browser into Swing applications.
and more!

If you have questions or suggestions, contact us or post at our new forums.