It's my pleasure to announce the availability of Bean Validation TCK 1.1.0.CR1 and Hibernate Validator 5.0.0.CR1.
I have been quite quiet of late on what I have been busy with. One thing has been working on is Bean Validation 1.1, the version targeted for Java EE 7.
So it's official Bean Validation 1.1 has started. It has been voted yes by the JCP expert committee yesterday.
Hibernate Validator 4.2.0.CR1 is finally ready for download via the JBoss Maven Repository or SourceForge. We promise you won't have to wait so long for 4.2.0.Final. In total we addressed 28 issues. Most of the issues where minor bug fixes, documentation and code refactorings. Thanks you everyone providing bug reports and helping us to make Validator even better :-)
I'm pleased to be able to present this week's module spotlight which was written by Gunnar Morling, the module lead for Seam Validation. - Shane.
Hibernate Validator 4.2.0.Beta2 is bottled up and ready for consumption via the JBoss Maven Repository or SourceForge.
As you may have noticed, it's almost spring cleaning time and everyone pushes its new JSR proposal following EE 7. I wanted to share with you what I had in mind for Bean Validation. This is by no mean a definite list but more a starting point to discuss things further. In the end the EG and the community will shape the spec.
Well not really ;)
At JavaOne this year, I gave a more advanced presentation than usual on how to use Bean Validation. A few folks have asked me to share it and there it is.
I have recently posted about the ability to use Bean Validation with various presentation technologies (here and there). Now Flex is part of the family. The good guys at GraniteDS have added support for Bean Validation into their project and hence Bean Validation is usable by all Flex users.