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MMCF released with MMBase 1.9.0
04 November 2008 12:00
 
This release includes the long awaited MMBase Component Framework designed to make sharing applications and other functionality build upon MMBase easier.
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MMBase 1.9.0 example war
MMBase 1.9.0 war - containing the example webapp, formerly known as the distro, of MMBase.

MMBase 1.9.0 builds
MMBase 1.9.0 build - page listing all applications that were automatically build against this release.

Release notes of MMBase 1.9.0
MMBase 1.9.0 Release notes - containing no less then 126 bug fixes, features and other improvements.

MMBase Component Framework documentation
General documentation about the MMBase Component Framework (MMCF, to be updated) outlining the basic functionality about how to implement it and (re)write your own applications as components.

The elegance of using a MMBase component can be best illustrated by this example:
 
<mm:link page="magazine">
<mm:frameworkparam name="component">mynews</mm:frameworkparam>
<a href="${_}">${_}</a>
</mm:link>
 
This will typically generate a link to the MyNews application, or rather its component, depending on the location of your webapp: http://www.localhost:8080/example-1.9.0/magazine. The new tag <mm:frameworkparam /> is responsible for the generation of a userfriendly link, provided that the component is accompanied by an UrlConverter generating user- and searchengine friendly links.
 
The component itself, and with that the omni present MyNews application, can be included in your webpage with the following example:
 
<mm:component name="mynews" />
 
Which will show the introduction of the MyNews magazine followed by a list of the well known articles. More information, for example about how to build your own components, can be found in the documentation.
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