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Kuria v. 1.0.1 Released

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Abstract:

Kuria is a frontend generator based on Java POJO annotations. The new version 1.0.1 is mainly bug fixing and some new features.

Kuria provides a set of java annotations and a parser to generate bindings for widget classes. These bindings are used to create input masks, tables and trees for the annotated domain model. It is strongly advised to use Kuria inside Eclipse plug-ins or maven projects.

Kuria is completely independent from any Topic Maps technology. But the Ontology-based automatic generation of applications in Onotoa uses Aranuka in conjunction with Kuria.

The new Kuria version 1.0.1 is mainly bug fixing and provide the following new features:

  • added weight attribute to field annotations to set order of widgets
  • create widgets for annotated super classes in InputMask
  • added Annox support (only in non OSGi environments)

You will get the sources and the change log kor Kuria at Google Code.

Subject Matter

Generating an Ontology Specific Editor

by Hannes Niederhausen, Sven Windisch, ...  

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Semantic technologies like Topic Maps provide a generic way of structured data representation. These technologies can be used to create data stores …


Was presented at SEMAPRO 2010.

Generating an Ontology Specific Editor

by Hannes Niederhausen, Sven Windisch, ...  

Black_holes

Semantic technologies like Topic Maps provide a generic way of structured data representation. These technologies can be used to create data stores …


Was presented at SEMAPRO 2010.

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Kuria provides a set of java annotations and a parser to generate bindings for widget classes. These bindings are used to input masks, tables and ...

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