khsSherpa Framework v1.2.2 Released

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Keyhole Software has announced the release of version 1.2.2 of the khsSherpa framework, a Java RESTful JSON/Endpoint framework for Mobile and HTML5 support. The new release is publicly available in the Maven Public Central Repository and on gitHub.

khsSherpa is a lightweight, server side framework that enables Java application servers to function as remote JSON data access mechanisms. It allows Java classes (POJOs) contained inside a Java EE application server to become JSON Endpoints that can be consumed via HTTP by native mobile devices or HTML5 / JavaScript clients.

Selected Features:

  • Spring IOC Container Support
  • Annotation-Based Configuration
  • RESTful URL Support / Mappings
  • Integration with Spring IOC Container
  • Authentication and Role-based Permissions
  • JSONP Cross Domain Support
  • Session Support
  • Pluggable User Activity Logging
  • Type Mapping
  • XSS Prevention Support
  • Ability to Work With Any Java EE Application Server

For more technical details on this framework, visit the blog writeup here. Source and documentation are available here: https://github.com/in-the-keyhole/khs-sherpa.

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