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Griffon is an application framework for developing desktop applications in the JVM, with Groovy being the primary language of choice. Inspired by Grails, Griffon follows the Convention over Configuration paradigm, paired with an intuitive MVC architecture and a command line interface. Griffon also ... [More]
The goal of the Mvp4g framework is to help you build GWT applications easily, following best practices shown by Ray Ryan at the Google I/O: Event Bus Dependency Injection Model View Presenter Place Service (see http://code.google.com/events/io/2009/sessions/GoogleWebToolkitBestPractices.html ... [More]
swing-on-steroids bring Swing development on steroïds with Swing development on steroïds with Supervising Presenters and Passive Views (aka. MVP), a MessageBus and optionaly Guice or Qi4j. A versatile wizard api using the patterns cited above plus a graph model with commodities such as ... [More]
A bunch of utilities for GWT, GIN, Guice, Google App Engine, commons-configuration and many others - great foundation for any Java application.
The project goal is to have a common set of classes used along all my applications written with GWT on client side and GAE/J or other technology on server side. Examplesusing GAE with GWT using Command Pattern & Event Bus Using Spring AOP Aspect (for cache appengine datastore querys into the ... [More]
This library offers loosely coupled Publish-Subscribe functionaility and is tightly integrated with Google Guice. It is an alternative to Guava EventBus and other similar libraries.
ClassBus is an event delivery API written using Java (TM) 1.5. It decouples event producers from consumers. The EventService interface is the central "bus". You can publish any kind of object to an EventService instance like this: myEventService.publish("someChannelName" ... [More]
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