Continuum gets a speed boost and a face lift

Continuum 1.0.3 is just around the corner, and I’m glad to mention a couple of really good improvements have cropped up recently.

Apart from the other long list of fixes so far, Emmanuel has been hard at work cleaning up the JDO code, resulting in massive speed improvements on the project page, as well as when queuing and executing builds.

Joel and Emmanuel also applied a new skin to the web interface, which you can see below. It’s a lot more trim…


If you are interested in checking it out, the latest *development* build is available here.

This will be the stable release for a little while, as Continuum 1.1 rolls on with the conversion to WebWork2, a number of UI improvements to make it easier to use, integration of Geronimo’s GBuild for distributed builds, and a number of other minor features.

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2 responses to “Continuum gets a speed boost and a face lift

  1. What a slick interface! I’m pretty impressed.

    Maven + Continuum will rock this world eventually. 😀

  2. I dunno, call me a nay sayer, but in a day where web applications are getting more and more dynamic, I take a look at the interface of Continuum and come away a bit disappointed. Much of what is coming out of Java-land seems UI challenged.

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