Errai: The browser as a platform

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Errai 1.0!

I am pleased to announce our 1.0 Release of the Errai Framework. It rounds out the first stepping stone in our journey towards building a truly innovative way to build next-generation web applications.

I would like to thank the entire team for their hard work on this: Heiko Braun, Lillian Angel, Rodney Russ, and myself for contributing to getting us to this goal.

We'd especially like to thank our early adopters who helped us work out the kinks, report bugs, and make us aware of what the community needs.

Some of the important highlights and milestone of this release include:

- Async IO support in ErraiBus for Apache Tomcat, JBoss AS, and Jetty. As well as standard synchronous IO support for all servlet containers.
- Easy to use homogeneous programming model that permeates both the server and client.
- Initial public release of our Workspaces RAD console/app framework.

Version 1.1, which will be released in the coming weeks will add support for Glassfish, WebLogic and WebSphere.

We encourage anybody interested in contributing to contact us on our mailing lists. For more information on Errai, check our main project website here:

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