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Enhydra Opensource Application Server Released

Jun 05, 1999, 23:22 (0 Talkback[s])

Thanks to Elton M. Labajo for this link.

Enhydra is an Open Source Java/XML application server and development environment. Enhydra's license is based on a FreeBSD-style license.

"This is the finished release of Enhydra 2.1. Extensible Markup Language Compiler (XMLC), support for JDK 1.2, and Apache JServ configuration information are the core new features."

"XMLC allows Web applications to be more maintainable and supports the use of reusable HTML templates. Using the contributed work of fellow Open Source effort OpenXML (www.openxml.org), the Enhydra XMLC compiler converts HTML documents into Java classes represented as DOM objects. This process lets developers easily isolate data application logic from interface design, improving collaboration between the developer and the interface designer. Download Enhydra 2.1 from the Downloads page."