Seraph Development Status

Seraph has progressed to the extent that it adequately meets the needs of moderately complex web applications (eg. JIRA, Confluence), with features and bugfixes being made relatively infrequently.
However, this does not mean that the API should be considered stable. At least until Seraph 1.0 is released, the API may be refactored at any time, breaking backwards-compatibility. Please keep this in mind if you intend to use or extend any of the Seraph classes.
For more complex needs than Seraph meets, we suggest considering alternative frameworks like Spring Security, which provide more functionality (at the cost of greater complexity).