I'm very pleased to say that we have released the first beta of Weld 1.1.0, the reference implementation of JSR-299: Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE. It's based on the CDI 1.0 API. You can find direct download links at the bottom of this post or you can pull the artifacts from the JBoss Maven Repository.
Just a heads up to everyone - I'll be updating the seamframework.org wiki software very shortly. Downtime is currently expected to be around 20 minutes, once the site is back up I'll post an update here.
While the community is pondering on the question as how to do JSF headless rendering for xhtml templates for content delivery,
I started planing on how to make the Excel-centric spreadsheet module from Seam 2 more generic for the upcoming Seam 3 release.
This blog is just a documented brainstorming session where I call for feedback so don't panic if you feel you didn't learn anything
new once you finished reading.
Portability is one of greatest advantages of the Java platform. It represents the concept that from one application to another, from one application-server vendor to another, and from one job to another, knowledge is freely transferable; the same skills, technologies, and designs can be used with assurance that there are always multiple choices for business solutions.