Apache Beehive Project Retired

Apache Beehive Project Retired

Yesterday, Apache announced that the Beehive Java programming model has been retired. Although the code is still available in the Apache Attic, the foundation will not be releasing any more updates.

“Over time, the rate of contributions to the project declined, and it just slowed down and we didn’t do any more releases of it,” said Eddie O’Neil, project management committee chair for the Beehive project.

Apache suggests that Beehive users switch to alternative technologies, such as Struts 2, Spring Web Flow, Spring Beans, or others.

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