quinta-feira, 8 de novembro de 2012
The ScrumToys project show a fun and collaborative way to involve developers in participating in a JSR. An open source project developed by a Brazilian team during the evolution of the JSR-314, the Java Server Faces specification, ScrumToys joined together several efforts around JSR-314: the specification itself being written in the JCP, the reference implementation written in the Glassfish project, and the effort in Netbeans to support the new features. The main goal of the project was to test and showcase all the JavaServer Faces 2.0 new features while the spec was being finalized.
To make this collaboration possible, ScrumToys offered a complete, ready to run sample application distributed with NetBeans and Glassfish. With this setup, developers can simply select the ScrumToys application, and start experimenting the newest features of the JSR without any special setup.
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By Spock and Java Brazilian Community
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