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Web Development Tools

Webwork is a web application framework designed for simplicity and productivity. In this introduction, Zarar Siddiqi introduces the options for validating web forms in WebWork, including using its built-in validators and defining your own.
2006-01-19
Trails creator Chris Nelson shows how to create one-to-many relationships, custom pages, and custom list, edit, and search pages.
2005-11-04
The karma framework, along with its object-persisting partner karma-jcr, helps you get database-based web applications up quickly. Project founder Oliver Kiessler shows how to get started.
2005-09-29
Lorenzo Puccetti shows how to embed the Rhino JavaScript interpreter in your web app so you can send debug code from a browser and interactively inspect the web app.
2005-09-23
DWR simplifies AJAX development by generating the JavaScript you need to call methods on its server side. Joe Walker illustrates this with a sample AJAX chat application.
2005-08-25
Chris Nelson introduces the Trails project, a domain-driven development framework inspired by Ruby on Rails.
2005-06-23
These two excerpts from "Geronimo: A Developer's Notebook" cover downloading, building, and deploying this open source, BSD-licsensed J2EE server.
2004-08-05
Felipe Leme shows an approach on how to easily develop taglibs that accept both EL and RT expressions as parameters
2004-06-18
Sue Spielman continues her JSTL series, looking at internationalization, and XML and SQL abilities.
2003-11-27
Velocity is a fast and easy-to-use Java-based templating engine. Velocity's speed, ease of use, and flexibility contribute to its use in a broad range of applications, including code generation, email templating, and web user-interface creation.
2003-12-16