eucatalogue version 2.0 beta released

February 13, 2007

The new release adds support for multiple catalogues.

Head over at sourceforge.net to download it.

If you want to become involved with the development of this catalogue framework, please contact Markos Charatzas, the project admin of eucatalogue.


eupersistence version 2.0 beta released

February 13, 2007

eupersistence aims to hide the complexity of the hibernate API and let you focus on your development.

Version 2.0 adds support for the Criteria API and an improved API.

If you want to become involved with the development, please contact Markos Charatzas, the project admin.


eucatalogue version 1.1 beta released

May 6, 2006

Version 1.1 of eucatalogue brings delete operations as well as an improved performance.

The WAR file is now in included in the release to make installation as simple as copying the file.

See updated screenshots and download it over at sourceforge.net as usual.

If you want to become involved with the development of this catalogue framework, please contact Markos Charatzas, the project admin of eucatalogue.

You can also find an updated version of eupersistence which aims to simplify all your hibernate operations.


eucatalogue version 1.0 beta released

February 4, 2006

The first release of eucatalogue is now available. Bare in mind that is currently in beta and some hiccups may occur.

eucatalogue is a catalogue framework written in Java. It also comes with two web applications. An administration interface and a client interface for browsing the catalogue.

Along with eucatalogue there is the introduction of two open source libraries. eutools which aims to be a collection of general tools and eupersistence which is a library to provide easy of use with hibernate.

eucatalogue is distributed under the LGPL. You can find screenshots and download it over at sourceforge.net.

If you want to become involved with the development of eucatalogue, please contact Markos Charatzas, the project admin of eucatalogue.