We are pleased to unveil ZK 3.6.3 which brings about improvements in the performance of applications in addition to introducing several new features such as new charts, new Menu functionality, positional improvements and over 70 bugs fixed.
Mokabyte has published some articles for our Italian community to enjoy. We are very proud of our product and are very pleased that our product has been the subject of articles such as this. Thanks to the author of the article and Mokabyte!
Since 2005 ZK has been renowned for its’ server-centric approach, providing the ultimate in productivity gains. In addition, developers can now optionally leverage the full controllability of client-side programming. It is not about server-centric or client-centric, it is about developer-centric!
Nowadays application development is a matter of dealing with a large number of technologies, libraries, frameworks, etc. You typically
have to put together things such as Hibernate or JPA with LDAP directories, content repositories and with ZK etc.
A big thank you to one of our German contributors named Stephan (terrytornado) as he located a thesis from the University of Hamburg in Germany regarding a port of CommSy, a webbased community system to support learning and working communities, into Java.
Last month I posted a Small Talk discussing the use of ZK Calendar with a database. Since then I have been working closely with ZK Calendar and thought I would share another way of achieving the same effect. The implementation hinges on the extending the AbstractCalendarModel which provides a more OO approach.