The new release v1.1.7 builds on previous improvements to provide full Spring 2.0 Framework integration capabilities.
Spring 2.0, a popular light-weight IOC (Inversion of Control) framework, already provides support for Groovy, Beanshell and JRuby scripts. To add o:XML support, all you have to do is drop the new ObjectBox release in your classpath.
This new functionality makes o:XML as easy to use as POJO's (Plain Old Java Objects) in Java-oriented applications. Delegating XML processing to a language designed for the purpose was never more compelling.
A new article explains exactly how to create and use o:XML Spring beans.
The downloads are available here as well as from the download page.
This release includes version 1.1.7 of o:Lib.