@ -70,3 +70,19 @@ so you must use an existing copy of a ``recipes.db`` file.
## Note on JavaServer Faces
The Spring Boot version supersedes a previous port based on the Apache Tobago JSF tag library. It uses the PrimeFaces JSF tag library, as presently that platform has better Spring Boot support. Plus Tobago is quite different from most of the
extension tag libraries to the point where it almost isn't JSF.
## New in Version 2.0
### Database change
The backing database as defined in the project is now MySQL
instead of SQLite. The SQLite JDBC driver may have been a bit
casual about a few things compared to MySQL. The JPA should work
for either database now, although it should be noted that SQLite
isn't really intended for multi-user webapps and should only be
employed when you run this app on your local desktop.
### Improved graphics support
A lot of recipe websites publish images in webp form. Support