New Major version: JRebirth Application Framework 8.5.0

After a really calm year and with serious delay I’m happy to announce the release of a new major version of JRebirth the 8.5.0.

This is the seventh release of the 8.x branch and it will be followed by minor versions to add some micro feature and fix some troubles.

You can find the full release notes here : sites.jrebirth.org/org.jrebirth-8.5.0/releaseNotes.html
and the installation procedure here: sites.jrebirth.org/org.jrebirth-8.5.0/doc/Installation.html

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JavaFX Unleashed with JRebirth at SoftShake2015

On Friday the 23th of October I have talked about JRebirth Application Framework during Soft-Shake 2015 conference (Geneva, Hepia).

This was the first time I talked only about JRebirth, pretty hard task to explain the JRebirth abstraction and its benefits.

Once again I shipped all family with me to discover Switzerland !! We have visited an interesting museum, the cathedral and the United Nations palais.

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New maintenance version: JRebirth Application Framework 8.0.4

Another maintenance version has been released to provide some bug fixes, JRebirth 8.0.4 is out.

This is the fifth release of the 8.x branch that has been merged on the master branch.

You can find the full release notes here : sites.jrebirth.org/org.jrebirth-8.0.4/releaseNotes.html
and the installation procedure here: sites.jrebirth.org/org.jrebirth-8.0.4/doc/Installation.html

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JRebirth Application Framework 8.0.3 is released

I’m pleased to inform you that we have finally released JRebirth 8.0.3.

This is the fourth release of the 8.x branch that has been merged on the master branch.

You can find the full release notes here : sites.jrebirth.org/org.jrebirth-8.0.3/releaseNotes.html
and the installation procedure here: sites.jrebirth.org/org.jrebirth-8.0.3/doc/Installation.html

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How JRebirth deploys to JCenter and Maven Central

This post will describe briefly how we are managing the release of all JRebirth artifacts by using Maven Build, Jenkins, Artifactory, Bintray/JCenter and Nexus.

Reminder

All JRebirth artifacts are deployed to several repositories as explained into the official documentation page : Installation

As you probably know, JRebirth is built using Maven tool, really convenient to package binaries, javadoc and sources jar but also to make and deploy the jrebirth website with syntax highlighting (thx to doxia include macro). It allows to break the build if a piece of code used into documentation is missing (ie: after some refactoring changes).

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