From Gary Teter on the WebObjects-dev list:
It’s been over two years in the making and now 4.0 is ready to go. Better performance, more sample code, great new features, and a price you can’t resist — free.
WireHose Server 4.0 is now free to download and use. License keys are no longer required, and there are no developer workstation performance limits.
If you’ve been asked to add tagging, personalization, content management, bookmarkable human-readable URLs, access control, localization or dynamic layouts to your WebObjects application, give WireHose a try.
If you’ve looked at WireHose before, take another look. Most of the layout support framework is now available as sample code, so it’s easier than ever to get your project up to speed. And the new WHEOCache class is pretty sweet. Big chunks of WireHose have been rewritten to use it.
This is huge… and very welcome. I’ve looked at WireHose a number of time but have never had a chance to use it in a production app. I think it’s time to change that.
Hmm… I think I smell a tacow session topic.
2 thoughts on “Wow…”
‘now free to download and use’ – I’m still looking for a deployment-for-a-fee catch somewhere. There’s no open source licence mention, so can’t be sure how ‘free’ this is – have you found any reference to that anywhere?
Maybe I’m just cynical – though I would love for this to go the Project Wonder route.
I don’t know, "WireHose Server 4.0 is now free to download and use. License keys are no longer required, and there are no developer workstation performance limits." I don’t think you can get much clearer than that…
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