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SwitchYard community member Alejandro stepped up with a big contribution this week with a JSON transformer.  Like the existing Java and Smooks transformers, JSON transformers are declared in an application configuration and automatically wired into the SwitchYard bus at runtime.  Here's an example definition:




The JSON transformer takes advantage of the fantabulous Jackson library to map between Java value objects and JSON with ease.  If you would like to see the transformer in action, check out the transform-json project in our Quickstarts repository.


Rumor has it that Alejandro will be submitting an XSLT transformer in the near future as well.  Thanks Alejandro!

Keith Babo

Friday Rewind

Posted by Keith Babo May 27, 2011

It's Friday, which is a great time to reflect on what's happened in the last week ... month!  Holy smokes it's been a long time since we've blogged.  The good news is that we haven't been resting on our laurels.  Our very first release, 0.1, is just around the corner.  No more features or enhancements left - at this stage we're just banging on what's there and fixing any bugs that fall out.  We've made quite a bit of progress from M1 in March.  An exhaustive list of what we've done can be found here and the (thankfully small) list of what remains here.  We will be posting updates and feature details on the blog over the next two weeks, so stay tuned.


BTW, if you couldn't make it to JBoss World this year to catch the SwitchYard session, don't despair.  Slides are available online.  :-)