JBoss’ WebBeans and TCK

By accident, I noticed this link on the Seam website. It talks about WebBeans. No, it doesn’t only talk about WebBeans and the relationship to Seam. It does much more… it contains a link to the source code… Not a big deal… But! I am really happy to see that WebBeans is developed under ASL 2.0, by JBoss/Red Hat.

Even better, the page says that the TCK (not yet there) will also be licensed under ASL 2.0. Which is really great news! As far as I know, the only TCK that is ASL 2.0 based is the one from JDO.

Well done, JBoss!

Howdy!

Posted in jsf, seam, WebBeans
One comment on “JBoss’ WebBeans and TCK
  1. Hi,

    this is not quite true, also the later OSS/J APIs, JSR 264 being one example, publish their TCK in ASL 2.0.

    http://tmforum.org/ossj/downloads/jsr264

    Andreas

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