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OpenXava 4.7: Develop Enterprise Web Applications for iPad

OpenXava allows you develop applications just by writing simple domain classes with Java or Groovy

OpenXava is a framework for Rapid Development of Web Applications for iPad, well-suited for business and database oriented applications.

OpenXava allows you develop applications just by writing simple domain classes with Java or Groovy. The user interface is generated automatically in runtime, without code generation.

Learn more about iPad support in OpenXava.

OpenXava 4.7 has some new interesting features such as:

  • 'My reports' actions stores all the generated reports, so the user can get them by name later.
  • WebSphere Portal 8 support including visual style integration.
  • WebSphere 8 support.
  • Liferay 6.1 support.
  • 30% performance improvement in automated module tests.

See changelog for the complete list of new features and fixes.
We recommend you to download it and upgrade your OpenXava applications. Look at the migration instructions.

'My reports' action stores generated reports

The recently added 'Custom report' action has been renamed as 'My reports' and now it stores all the generated reports in order to retrieve them later.



The user can choose an existing report, create a new one or remove an existing report.

WebSphere Portal 8 support

OpenXava 4.7 supports WebSphere 8 and WebSphere Portal 8. An OpenXava portlet deployed in WebSphere Portal adapts its style to the portal style.



To learn more about WebSphere support read the wiki documentation.

And more

See changelog for the complete list of new features and fixes.

Download OpenXava 4.7

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Javier Paniza is the project lead for OpenXava project. He works as software developer at Gestión 400, a software company for public administration in Spain. He has been developing with Java Enterprise since 1998. Also he has been J2EE mentor for development teams in banking projects.