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June, 3rd 2012:
You couldn't miss it: Juno is finally out! And as usual, JWT is part of the release. Version 1.2 include a brand-new SVG export feature, Eclipse 4 support and more!
As always, to install, just navigate to the "SOA Development" category in the Juno update site and select JWT.
June, 22nd 2011:
Indigo is here! And with it, the brand new Java Workflow Tooling 1.1 with lots of bugfixes to improve your JWT experience.
To install, just navigate to the "SOA Development" category in the Indigo update site and select JWT.
January, 21st 2009: JWT will be part of the upcoming Eclipse release Galileo. Learn more about Galileo.
November, 27th 2008: JWT welcomes it's new mentor John Graham. John agreed to assist us in the Eclipse process, automating building tasks, etc.
October, 29th 2008: JWT 0.5.0 has been released. It can be downloaded here.
October, 22th 2008: The release review for JWT 0.5.0 is scheduled for October, 29th.
September, 25th 2008: We are currently preparing the next release (0.5.0) which will include several improvements on the Workflow Editor as well as the first transformations.
Probably available in a few days.
March, 4th 2008: The first version (0.4.0) of the Workflow Editor is finally available as an Eclipse plugin.
Check it out at the Workflow Editor-page.
On October, 11th 2007 one of the project leads held a presentation about the JWT project at the
Eclipse Summit Europe 2007. Find the presented slides here.