The UK based company Rebel IT now offers expert support and commercial services, including licences, for the full range of o:XML projects.
May 1 marked the 5th anniversary of the o:XML project. We can look back on five years of intense and exciting developments, and forwards to even greater achievements.
There's a great new feature in the new ObjectBox v1.1.7. You can now use o:XML beans within the Spring 2.0 framework. The integration makes it easy to use o:XML types and programs from Java, and you can even mix JRuby, Groovy, Beanshell, Java and o:XML beans in the same application.
The latest release of the o:XML compiler/interpreter comes with new features in the database extensions and SML functionality, as well as performance and useability improvements.
The latest release of the o:XML compiler/interpreter covers bugfixes, a couple of new type functions and other improvements.
The latest release of the o:Lib library types includes bugfixes and new features.
SML provides a convenient shorthand for authoring and editing XML documents.
Layered Programming proposes clean separation of information layers as a solution to the growing complexities of documentation, testing, configuration and deployment of software projects.
The latest release of the o:XML compiler/interpreter fixes a memory leak and performance problem.
Celebrating 3 years on the web, o:XML continues to challenge preconceived notions of what a programming language should look like!
As a birthday present from ourselves there are two new project releases: ObjectBox 1.1.2 (including a new o:Lib) and vendue 0.4.
The new o:Lib release includes new and updated library types, covering XML and HTML parsing, XSLT processing, networking, HTTP and Mail messages, io streams, filesystem and time/date functionality.
The new release of the o:XML compiler/interpreter includes contextual errors and stack-traces, rewritten database extensions and a refactored codebase.
The o:XML Unit Test vocabulary enables test-driven development, but works equally well for writing stand-alone test suites.
XSLT transformations that allow you to generate o:XML code from UML models, or models from o:XML code.
The fastest way to start programming in o:XML!
A new project has been created that sets the charter for the next phase of o:XML development work: the Meta Language Markup Language.
'Introducing o:XML' is a new article on XML.com, written by Martin Klang.
The new design offers both better looks and improved navigation.
First public release of the o:XML standard libraries.
The new version 1.0.2 of ObjectBox, the o:XML compiler/interpreter, is now available.
This version includes several XPath bug fixes, together with attribute value substitution, new o:document and o:sort mappings and more.
Coinciding with the second anniversary of o:XML, we're immensely proud to announce version 1.0.0 of ObjectBox, the o:XML compiler/interpreter.
Help with testing wanted! Release Candidate 2 is expected to be the last release before v1.0.
This release of the ObjectBox includes Program declarations, explicit program parameters, simplified code import, and more.
o:XML will be presenting at the Extreme Markup 2003 conference in Montreal, Canada.
The new release of ObjectBox, the o:XML compiler/interpreter, includes support for Regular Expressions, Exception Handling and BSF (Bean Scripting Framework).
The o:XML core language now integrates regular expressions.
A new hosting partner will allow the o:XML project to improve availablity and performance of services.
Exception handling is integrated in the o:XML core language.
The first full OpenSource release of ObjectBox, the o:XML compiler/interpreter, is published under the Gnu General Public License.
Jeff Davies has written a good article about o:XML, available on ZDNet.
It's official: The next version of ObjectBox will be Open Source!
Basic Types and Node Manipulations are now covered in the o:XML Programming Guide.
vendue is an open-source auctioning web application, written in o:XML.
New in this release is an extended node manipulation API and Database extensions.
The new o:XML Database Extensions provide a powerful mapping tool for Relational Databases.
The o:XML project now has its own mailinglist!
This version implements the complete set of core o:XML language features.
The new release includes Java extensions, Java Servlet support and many other improvements.