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    Kaazing Open Gateway is an open source, full-duplex streaming Web Socket Server, and is the world's first enterprise-ready implementation of the HTML 5 Web Sockets and Server-Sent Events specification—a standards-based alternative to Comet and Ajax. ·
    4 years and 6 months ago by @gresch
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    Dojo provides cool cross browser javascript widgets that enable full featured GUI clients running on javascript in a browser. JSF developers who want to use dojo need to find a way to connect the dojo widgets with their backing beans. With Facelets we can build templates that connect dojo widgets with standard JSF tags. These templates are packaged as tags in a jar. Using templates with standard JSF tags we achieve portability from JSF 1.1 up to JSF 2.0. Furthermore you can easily take a template out of the jar, modify it and use it separately. DojoFaces is released under the Apache License to give you all legal right to do so. All tags have full AJAX support. With dojo it's good practice to reduce roundtrips and use AJAX whereever possible to avoid time consuming page startups. Here's the link to our examples page to demonstrate the features. ·
    5 years ago by @gresch
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    We provide a AJAX JSF solution, that combines ease of use, stability and performance. Our AJAX solution supports lots of environments: It works inside JSF datatables, together with JSF 1.1 as well as 1.2, with Facelets and even with JSR168 Portlets! We provide true PPR (partial page rendering) and PPS (partial page submit) which means that the rendering process is only executed for the components that are being rerendered and only the fields needed for the request are submitted and processed. ·
    5 years and 6 months ago by @gresch
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    The WaveMaker platform consists of two components: WaveMaker Visual Ajax Studio™ for developing rich internet applications and WaveMaker Rapid Deployment Server™ for deploying applications into a standard and secure Java environment. ·
    5 years and 8 months ago by @gresch
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    Full featured, open-source communication platform that includes e-mail, calendar, file management and contacts into a single page. ·
    5 years and 10 months ago by @gresch
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    Im "klassischen" Internet liegt Wissen vorrangig in Form von Dokumenten vor. Dem Anwender bleibt die Möglichkeit, auf dieses Wissen direkt oder mit Hilfe von Suchmaschinen zuzugreifen. Eine direkte Kommunikation zwischen den Trägern von Wissen findet dabei selten und wenn dann meist zeitlich verzögert, etwa in Form von Foren oder Blogeinträgen, statt. Im SPREE Projekt stehen hingegen keine Dokumente sondern die Wissensträger selbst im Vordergrund. Statt einer Liste von Dokumenten zu einer bestimmten Fragestellung identifiziert SPREE die anderen Nutzer des Systems (Experten), welche aufgrund ihres Profils und ihrer bisherigen Aktivitäten am qualifiziertesten für die Beantwortung der Fragestellung erscheinen. Gleichzeitig bietet das SPREE-Portal dem Anwender die Möglichkeit, direkt mit den identifizierten Experten etwa über Chat zu kommunizieren. ·
    5 years and 11 months ago by @gresch
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    YAF4AJN enthält eine "Hello-World"-Applikation, mit der die Nutzung einer neuen JSON-Bibliothek demonstriert wird. Mit dieser JSON-Library wird - im Vergleich zu bestehenden AJAX-Praxis - eine sehr viel striktere Trennung zwischen dem Seiteninhalt und der Werteberechnung ermöglicht. Die Seite wird dem Nutzer sofort angezeigt. Sie holt dann asynchron die einzubettenden Werte von der Server-Applikation. Das bedeutet: * Eine (unter LGPL) veröffentliche Javascript-Library. * Die Seiten können frei redaktionell bearbeitet und vollständig in einem Content Management System (CMS) verwaltet werden. Gleichzeitig: * Kein Scripting im HTTP-Server mehr * Keine HTML-Seiten als Output einer Werte berechnenden Applikation mehr * Kein seitenspezifisches Javascript mehr ·
    5 years and 11 months ago by @gresch
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    AjaXplorer is a free ajax File Manager equiped with all functionnalities you ever dreamed of. If you are new to AjaXplorer, learn more about its features on this page. ·
    6 years and a month ago by @gresch
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    WikyBlog is a groupware platform that fuses the collaborative editing features of wikis with the user friendly publishing characteristics of blogs. ·
    6 years and 4 months ago by @gresch
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    jabsorb is a simple and lightweight Ajax/Web 2.0 framework that allows you to call methods in a Java web application from JavaScript code running in a web browser as if they were local objects residing directly in the browser. jabsorb handles all the details of marshalling and unmarshalling objects back and forth between the client and server so that you can focus on writing your application features. jabsorb makes use of the JSON-RPC protocol for it's transport mechanism. JSON-RPC is a standard protocol and jabsorb can interoperate with other standard JSON-RPC clients and servers that may be written in other languages. Starting with jabsorb 1.2, additional ORB functionality has been added, and it extends the basic JSON-RPC protocol to allow for passing data structures that contain Circular References. ·
    6 years and 5 months ago by @gresch
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    The RAP project enables developers to build rich, Ajax-enabled Web applications by using the Eclipse development model, plug-ins with the well known Eclipse workbench extenstion points, JFace, and a widget toolkit with SWT API (using qooxdoo for the client-side presentation). The project is part of the Ganymede release train and released its 1.1 release. ·
    6 years and 6 months ago by @gresch
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    Prototaglib is a JSP Tag library to make using the Prototype javascript library a bit easier. It's influenced from the Ruby on Rails approach. ·
    6 years and 7 months ago by @gresch
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    Remember when the Object database was going to kill the Relational database? OOP was the sexy programming model, and relational set theory seemed so quaint. Once you are using Objects, why wouldn’t you just want to persist them instead of having to drop down to this crazy SQL? Inner joins instead of just person.name.first? Fools. ·
    6 years and 9 months ago by @gresch
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    AjaxToaster is built on XMLToaster and inspired by the "guerrilla SOA" philosphy. It gives you the power to easily create JSON & XML based CRUD services for your web applications. It runs as a servlet in an app-server or with its own standalone server. ·
    6 years and 10 months ago by @gresch
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    BindowsFaces is a components library that enables you create powerful Ajax web applications with a Windows look-and-feel - using Java through JSF. ·
    7 years ago by @gresch
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    Direct Web Remoting DWR allows Javascript in a browser to interact with Java on a server and helps you manipulate web pages with the results. DWR is Easy Ajax for Java ·
    7 years ago by @gresch
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    Where possible, creating Web applications — including Ajax-based applications — in a RESTful way avoids a large class of bugs. However, a pitfall of REST (REpresentational State Transfer) is sending duplicate data across similar XMLHttpRequests. This tip shows how the moderate use of session cookies can maintain just enough server-side state to significantly reduce client-server traffic, while still allowing fallback to cookie-free operation. ·
    7 years ago by @gresch
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    jabsorb is a simple and lightweight Ajax/Web 2.0 framework that allows you to call methods in a Java web application from JavaScript code running in a web browser as if they were local objects residing directly in the browser. jabsorb handles all the details of marshalling and unmarshalling objects back and forth between the client and server so that you can focus on writing your application features. jabsorb makes use of the JSON-RPC protocol for it's transport mechanism. JSON-RPC is a standard protocol and jabsorb can interoperate with other standard JSON-RPC clients and servers that may be written in other languages. Starting with jabsorb 1.2, additional ORB functionality has been added, and it extends the basic JSON-RPC protocol to allow for passing data structures that contain Circular References. ·
    7 years ago by @gresch
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    Qwicket is a quickstart application for the wicket framework. Its intent is to provide a rapid method for creating a new wicket project with the basic infrastructure in place so that you can quickly get to the meat of your application rather than mucking with the plumbing of a wicket application. Currently, the system only supports spring and hibernate built with ant. Future plans include support for maven 2 and other persistence layers such as ibatis. ·
    7 years ago by @gresch
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    Kind of Flickr for eBooks, scores etc. etc. ·
    7 years ago by @gresch
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