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Daily Dose - Spring Roo's RooBot

10.14.2010
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Spring Roo 1.1 RC 1 was just released with nearly 300 enhancements since the milestone stage.  The latest release adds the "RooBot" client, which is used for automating add-on deployment.  There is also incremental database reverse engineering in this release along with library upgrades, bugfixes, and usability enhancements.  Since the announcement of a Spring-Google partnership, Spring Roo's 1.1 release has been aimed at integration and roundtripping with Google Web Toolkit for deployment on Google AppEngine.  Spring Roo 1.1 RC1 adds the latest GWT 2.1 RC1 features.

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Uroda Wdziek replied on Fri, 2010/10/15 - 9:54am

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