XINS Changelog

New in version 3.1

February 23rd, 2013
  • This is a performance release, adding the ability to tell how long the result can be cached in the specifications, to return "not modified" with "no data", and to received compressed data.
  • Performance has improved over 3.0, and the JSON-RPC 2.0 calling convention has been added.

New in version 3.1 RC1 (February 21st, 2013)

  • This release candidate fixes minor bugs and prepares for the final release.

New in version 3.1 Beta 2 (January 30th, 2013)

  • This is a performance improvement and bugfix release.

New in version 3.1 Beta 1 (January 24th, 2013)

  • This is a bugfix and documentation release.

New in version 3.1 Alpha 3 (January 21st, 2013)

  • This version add cacheable functions and adds the ability to return unmodified results to avoid unneeded data traffic.
  • A JSON-RPC 2.0 calling convention has been added.
  • When an error occurs, more details are now returned to the client.

New in version 3.1 Alpha 2 (January 8th, 2013)

  • This version makes XINS compatible with Java 1.5 again.
  • The documentation about the integration with the Spring framework and about how to compress data on the server side has been improved.
  • An example with jQuery has been added.
  • The user can now set or get the HttpClient in the XINS configuration.
  • A new HttpClient can be set which uses Netty instead of the Apache HttpClient.
  • This version also has some bugfixes.

New in version 3.1 Alpha 1 (January 3rd, 2013)

  • This version enables receiving compressed data by default.
  • It has better support for SSL connections.
  • Messages will appear in the logs if the server is outdated.
  • A new performance chapter has been added to the documentation, which is now up-to-date on the website.

New in version 3.0.1 (October 22nd, 2012)

  • The main bug was that logdoc and znerd-util libraries were not added in the WAR file.

New in version 3.0 (September 25th, 2012)

  • An upgrade was made to Java 5.
  • Apache HTTPClient 4.2 is now supported.
  • A backpack object is passed between methods and calling conventions.
  • The use of standard Java objects for properties and XML was improved.
  • On the server side, it is now possible to define load balancing, servlet filters, and interceptor.
  • Running on Netty is supported.
  • Client side mocks can now be generated.