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WelcomeInspired by Ray Ryan's Best Practices For Architecting Your GWT App session at Google I/O 2009, this is an implementation of the 'command pattern' discussed at the beginning of the video. You may also be interested in the gwt-presenter library, which is an implementation of the ... [More]
JavATE, the Java Application Tiered Engine is a set of Java libraries that enables application development using the domain driven methodology. It gives you standard interfaces and implementations for the domain driven design building blocks so you can focus on your strategic design instead of ... [More]
Iskandar is a lightweight framework for creating loosely coupled and highly testable applications in Java. It’s main feature is an implementation of the command pattern, which allows an application to issue requests to an object without making any assumptions about the request, or the receiving ... [More]
Java MUD is a multi-threaded MUD server written in Java with Hibernate ORM for platform-agnostic data persistence. With the welcome addition of two new developers (with vision) JMUD is being completely overhauled to become not only a MUD server, but a MUD framework with a default server ... [More]
A simple project to illustatre the use of the Command design pattern. It was created for the "Programación Avanzada en Java" assignment on 2009-I
An implementation of the command pattern in GWT RPC as described in Google I/O 2009 by Ray Ryan TO DOJavaDoc :) Provide some default implementations of standard services, such as batching, caching, and undo functionality. ContributingThis project is open-source, so your help will be appreciated. ... [More]
Collection of reusable componentized Design Patterns implemented in Java. The implementations will not be limited to those from GoF. Long term aim is to provide a full catalog of Software Engineering best practices in Java along with show case demos.
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