Tuesday, July 19, 2005

OPS 3.0 BETA Released

OPS 3.0 BETA Repeating Controls

It is with great pleasure that we are announcing that OPS 3.0 BETA is out!

The major novelty is much improved XForms 1.0 support. OPS has implemented a subset of XForms since its first release about three years ago, but this is the first time OPS can boast support for XForms events, an important part of the XForms 1.0 specification. This is made possible thanks to a new Ajax-based XForms engine.

Try for example the XForms Controls, Repeating Elements, Calculator, and BizDoc NG examples. Other cool examples include the Translate This example and all the dynamic sandbox examples you will find in the OPS examples portal.

The purpose of the OPS 3.0 BETA is to provide a first glimpse of the OPS 3.0 functionality, while OPS developers keep ironing out the last bugs and finishing up the documentation. During the beta period, we are looking for as much feedback as possible related to all the aspects of the beta release, so please go check it out. Also, don't forget that OPS is an open source project looking to grow its community of users and developers!

As usual, you can download this version of OPS from the ObjectWeb Forge. The full list of changes is available here.

Please use the ops-users mailing-list for questions feedback about OPS 3.0 BETA.

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