Granite Data Services 3.0.2 GA

A free and open source alternative to the Adobe LiveCycle software on Linux systems
Granite Data Services (GDS) is an open source alternative to Adobe LiveCycle (Flex 2) Data Services for J2EE application servers. It is written in the Java programming language.

Granite Data Services is not, however, a drop-in replacement, as you won't be able to simply deploy a Flex 2 Data Services application into a Granite Data Services server without modifications.

The project has been designed to offer full AMF3 support, as well as an EJB3 Entity Bean to ActionScript 3 classes code generator utility.

Granite Data Services also features a Comet-like Data Push implementation (AMF3 requests sent over HTTP). Being written in Java, it is supported on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.

last updated on:
February 5th, 2014, 9:36 GMT
developed by:
Franck Wolff
license type:
LGPL (GNU Lesser General Public License) 
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Granite Data Services - Integration and features stackGranite Data Services - GraniteDS greatly accelerate Flex or JavaFX / JavaEE developments and let you reuse existing Java services. A typical development cycle with GraniteDS goes from modeling JavaEE data and services, replicating them by using code generation tools and creatin
What's New in version 3.0.1 GA
  • Complete repackaging of the project, new Gradle-based build system, new documentation, new tutorials/examples
  • The new optimized binary JMF protocol for Java-to-Java serialization (for use with Java/JavaFX and Android clients)
  • Full support for JavaFX clients
  • Websocket messaging channels for all client technologies with Tomcat 7, Jetty 8.1 and GlassFish 3.1
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