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Last Build Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 02:14:17 -0000



Thu, 13 Nov 2003 02:14:17 -0000

The latest release has been temporally taken down.

Jucas-0_6_alpha released

Sat, 13 Sep 2003 10:31:15 -0000

Jucas is a Pull-MVC based component orientated (GUI) Web framework (, components represent the model and controller of the Web app and templates (JSPs, etc.) pull these components together as needed to render the HTML pages. This release is a major new release it is not (up- and down-)compatible with elder releases.

Jucas now includes a second type of Components: Services (which are HiveMind Services) for connecting to the Business-Logic.

The request handling has been completely changed. It is now easier and supports push-in interceptors.

A major refactoring of nearly all classes has happened.

The build process was changed to Maven (You can see it on the new web-site :))

And many other changes.

Jucas 0_5a released

Thu, 17 Jul 2003 17:40:54 -0000

Jucas is a component orientated model-view-controller framework for web-development. Components - which are either defined in Java or XML with JavaScript - are stateful objects which contain the model and the controller. The Http-Request is handled by component instances and a view presents the components to the user. The components are managed by a component manager und can be used without further configuration. This way Jucas tries to bring the advantages of Struts and object orientated design together to allow separation of model-view-controller, keep data and logic together, decentralized event based control, more flexibility and neutrality to the view technology and others. In Jucas it is easy to implement in all sorts of web-applications including portals.

This release has major improvements in the component design, http-request-handling, pluggable services and better documentation.