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Spring Web Flow is a Java web application framework that allows developers to model user tasks as high-level modules called flows. Flows can be implemented consistently across several web environments including Spring MVC, Struts, JSF, and Portlet.
AppFuse is a full-stack framework for building web applications on the JVM. It was originally developed to eliminate the ramp-up time found when building new web applications for customers. Over the years, it has matured into a very testable and secure system for creating Java-based webapps. At its ... [More]
Jetspeed is an Open Source implementation of an Enterprise Information Portal, written in Java and XML. Within a Jetspeed portal, individual portlets can be aggregated to create a page. Each portlet is an independent application with Jetspeed acting as the central hub making information from multiple sources available in an easy to use manner.
Spring-Annotation is a library that enables the use or annotations to configure your application using spring-framework as a backend. In the next versions it will enable the use of standard Java EE annotations as an alternative way to configure your application, but without a need for a full Java EE 5 application server.
Metawidget takes your domain objects and automatically creates, at runtime, native User Interface components for them - saving you handcoding your UIs. Supports Swing, Java Server Faces (JSF), Spring (Spring Web MVC), Struts, Android, Hibernate...
AppFuse Light is a lightweight version of AppFuse. I was inspired to create it when looking at the struts-blank and webapp-minimal applications that ship with Struts and Spring, respectively. These "starter" apps were not robust enough for me, and I wanted something like AppFuse, only simpler.
Why 'DeltaSet'?Delta comes from the letter Δ or δ in the Greek alphabet, also used as a mathematical symbol. Δ often denotes a difference; δ can represent a small change or amount. Set can be thought of as any collection of distinct objects considered as a whole. Although this appears ... [More]