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Discover a clean alternative to bloated enterprises Java stacks. Play! focuses on developer productivity and targets RESTful architectures.
The leading RESTful web framework for Java Do you want to blend your web services, web sites and web clients into unified web applications exposing and consuming RESTful web APIs? Leverage the open source Restlet Framework and its unique Java API available in six consistent editions: Java SE, Java EE, OSGi, GAE, Android and GWT!
Framework for building RESTful Web Services in Java. Reference implementation of JAX-RS: Java API for RESTful Web Services (JSR-311).
MindTouch Dream is a Web-Oriented Architecture Framework (WOAF) for developing lightweight, highly decoupled web-services. The framework includes of a REST microserver and classes for web communication, XML processing, and writing highly asynchronous code. MindTouch Dream runs on Microsoft .NET ... [More]
Enomalism is an open source web-based virtual infrastructure platform. Designed to answer the complexity of managing globally disperse virtual server environments. Enomalism helps to automate the transition to a virtualized environment by reducing an IT organizations overall workload. The easy to ... [More]
Apache Wink is a project that enables development and consumption of REST style web services. The core server runtime is based on the JAX-RS (JSR 311) standard. The project also introduces a client runtime which can leverage certain components of the server-side runtime. Apache Wink will deliver ... [More]
Cloud User Shell (cush) is a multi-call executable (like BusyBox) that combines many useful cloud computing utilities into a single utility, bringing cushy, RESTful cloud control to the command line. It follows Unix principles, seamlessly blending cloud resources into existing working ... [More]
Snappad is an open source PHP Application Framework that is built upon the MVC (Model View Controller) architecture. The thought process behind developing Snappad followed three guidelines. Simple - Snappad must be simple to implement in a project. It's underlying features must be simple ... [More]