I'm happy to announce the release of Seam 3.1.0.Beta5. This will be the last beta release for Seam 3.1, the next release will be CR1 and our plan is to have it available by the end of this month. We had planned to have a quickened release cycle leading up to CR1, however in the interest of including new modules in this release (namely Seam Spring - see Marius' announcement here) we had to extend the release timetable, so we thank you for your patience.
As per usual, let's get the links out of the way first:
I'm very pleased to announce the release of Seam 3.1.0.Beta3. Let's get all the links out of the way first before we get into the details of the release:
We would like to thank everyone that provided feedback to the announcement we made earlier this week.
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.
(This week's module spotlight is written by John Ament, the Seam JMS module lead. - Shane)
I'm pleased to announce the availability of Seam Faces 3.0.1.Final. Brian Leathem, the Seam Faces module lead has addressed a number of issues with this point release and also made a number of enhancements to the view configuration feature, which I'm sure a lot of people are going to be excited about. In the (hopefully continuing) tradition of having a weekly module spotlight feature, Brian has also written this week's article which I'm very pleased to present to you now!
It's time for another Seam release! This one wasn't actually planned (we had hoped to go straight to final after CR2), however with a number of last minute API changes I thought it would be best to run Seam through the testing wringer one last time before we put our stamp of approval on it. The good news is that the 3.0 Final release is very close behind, and if all goes to plan it will be out before the end of the month just like I promised.