Putting it in a nutshell, the new version of BootsFaces doesn’t bring you new features. Instead, it focuses on quality and compliance with the HTML code recommended by the Bootstrap team. There’s only one new component, a few more concepts, but more than a hundred bug fixes. Granted, several of these bug fixes solve bugs introduced during the development of BootsFaces 1.1.0 itself, but even so, it’s an enormous progress. Since BootsFaces 1.0.2, we’ve committed to the core library more than 200 times, not to mention the commits to the showcase project. As it turns out, even a version introducing a single new component can be a major release.
Update May 02, 2017: Typo gremlin
Despite several weeks of testing, our good old friend, the typo gremlin, has sneaked into BootsFaces 1.1.0 again. This time,
<b:form /> and the
<b:growl /> are affected. We’ll publish version 1.1.1 soon, probably already this week-end.