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An implementation of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern based on the Jakarta Struts Framework. Includes a core library (Horizon), a servlet container (Stratus), and a Server Pages Engine (Phase). Resembles the J2EE web container environment.
J2EE framework with 0-configuration.debug/unit test without J2EE server,using Velocity/Freemarker as view,directly JDBC with Apache DBUtils,reusable SQL pagination, SQL transaction based on TRANSACTION_PER_REQUEST,And URL based user access control(UAC).
mda4eclipse is a domain-driven and model-driven development eclipse plugin. Its purpose is to present a way of using different project sites to work together and establish a shared development environment.
The home site is www.ppassistant.com Help Forum www.ppassistant.com/forum This is meant to be the ultimate framework. Not only is it an open source PHP/MySql framework, but it's also a development toolkit. It also has programs and tools.
Voodoo-Mock is a framework for `mock objects' based unit testing in C++. Written in perl, Voodoo-Mock parses C++ code, and generates redirection and mock classes. Voodoo-Mock can be used with test suite frameworks such as CXXTest or CPPUnit.
.Infer is a unit test generation utility for developers on the Microsoft .NET platform. This utility will be provided as a plug-in to the Visual Studio IDE, for maximum productivity of the developer.
The DBC framework uses reflection to inspect a type, it then generates source for a proxy object containing checks on predicates in attributes attached to members of the type. Proxy code is compiled into an in-mem assembly used to enforce DBC rules.
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