Posted by: Arthur Blake | 2009-03-04

jabsorb 1.3.1 released!

It’s been a little while since the last release of jabsorb

This one is a fairly minor release, yet nevertheless important.

Changes:

  1. Fixed a longstanding bug in the basic JavaScript side JSON String parsing.
    Read all about it
  2. It contains some improvements to the transformDates algorithm (this is a feature that transforms Java side
    Dates directly into JS side Dates instead of a JSON structure that has to be further processed into a Date.)
    Read all about it
  3. Added java.sql.Time to the DateSerializer.

You can download the release here:

http://jabsorb.org/Download

And for general user discussion on the jabsorb library, go here:

http://groups.google.com/group/jabsorb-user

Enjoy!

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