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JDOM 1.1.2 Released
I'm happy to announce the release of JDOM 1.1.2 today. It's a drop-in replacement for JDOM 1.1.1 with more than a dozen bugs fixed.
JDOM 1.1.1 Released
We released JDOM 1.1.1 today. This release includes an important Namespace synchronization bug fix, a new SAXBuilder flag for faster parsing, an updated Jaxen library, new support for Unicode surrogate pairs, and support for the Android Dalvik VM.
JDOM 1.1 Released
I just posted the JDOM 1.1 release for download. This release includes about 20 improvements and bug fixes.
New Poll: Choose an XML object model
I've noticed that XQJ (the XQuery API for Java) has first class support for reading and writing DOM nodes but using JDOM and the other Java-based XML object models requires a lot more work. I'm wondering if that's proper.
JDOM Hits Beta 10
Pop the champagne cork, JDOM Beta 10 has been released! Here's a bit on where we're going and how we got here.
Johnny Wang asked several good XQuery questions in response to my Oracle article post. Here are my answers.
JDOM in the Real World
The March/April issue of Oracle Magazine has a new "JDOM in the Real World" article showing how I use JDOM to manage the RSS feeds on Servlets.com, including how I get this entry to show up on the front page.
JDOM in Oracle Magazine
The Sept/Oct issue of Oracle Magazine has an introductory article on JDOM covering Beta 8. The article is freely available online. It provides good coverage for newbies as well as some historical stories and advanced tricks.
Genesis of JDOM
Elliotte Rusty Harold asked on jdom-interest today about the "Genesis of JDOM", and I wrote a little history paper. JDOM users may find it interesting.
XPath Class in JDOM
JDOM now includes build-in XPath support with the org.jdom.xpath.XPath class. Here's how it works.
JDOM Beta8 Release
Today we released JDOM 1.0 Beta8. The list of improvements over Beta7 is astounding.
Schema Validation in JDOM
If you're interested in doing schema validation with JDOM, you'll want to check out the new FAQ entry I added...