The following article shows a categorization of Java / JVM
web-frameworks, considering different types of web applications. The
intention is to give an...
12 replies - 27909 views - 12/31/10 by Kai Wähner in Articles
A couple of weeks ago, I posted an article
demonstrating how easy web developement in Java is these days. This
article extends the previous and takes the...
8 replies - 5922 views - 08/06/10 by Alex Collins in Articles
Within minutes you can be up-and-running with version control, build/packaging and a non-intrusive web framework. Here's how!
Open source gives the modern...
3 replies - 8080 views - 07/19/10 by Alex Collins in Articles
Building websites is
a tough job. It's even tougher when you also have to support XML and
JSON data services. Developers need to provide...
7 replies - 93582 views - 10/15/09 by Solomon Duskis in Articles
Spring MVC and JAX-RS have a lot in common. I've
been working on integrating those two technologies as part of the JBoss RESTEasy project, and have...
0 replies - 17768 views - 11/06/08 by Solomon Duskis in Articles
Arguably, Struts 1.x is end of life. There are plenty of other Java server-side web frameworks: JSF (the standard), Wicket, Tapestry, Struts 2, Echo, Spring...
7 replies - 41081 views - 01/20/08 by Rick Hightower in News