Xsemble 3.6 features Documentation export, Syntax highlighting of the Implementation dialog and Enhancements to Xsemble User Guide.
With release 3.5, Xsemble forays into supporting standalone applications, beyond supporting only web applications. Support for standalone desktop and command line applications is added.
Xsemble release 3.4 comes with parameterization enhancements that broaden the reusability from single component level to the entire project level.
Xsemble 3.3 brings code level enhancements to Xsemble projects. Generated code templates are aligned with static code analyzers (linters) and use primitive types.
Xsemble adds initial support to Spring Boot technology in the release 2.3.1. The support is enabled using a cartridge.
Xsemble 3.2 comes with many enhancements in areas of live monitoring of existing application, parameterization and burn configuration.
Xsemble 3 is a major release. It aims to shoot beyond the Java EE technology that it has been supporting from the beginning.
Xsemble release 2.5 is an important milestone. The main improvements are in terms of the support for parameterization and ease of onboarding.