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  1. Jt - Java Pattern Oriented Framework (Jt 2.7) (2 messages)

    Jt2.7 has been released. Jt is a pattern oriented framework for the rapid implementation of Java applications. Jt has been utilized in several large mission critical systems. Jt implements many well-known patterns including Data Access Objects (DAO), GoF design patterns and J2EE patterns. Jt2.7 features several enhancements to the Jt components and a version of the Jt automated Wizard (JtWizard). The Jt Wizard is an application built on top of the Jt framework that provides automated capabilities for generating framework applications. The Jt Wizard is able to automatically generate application modules based on several design patterns including Jt Messaging, DAO, MVC and GoF. The current Jt Wizard implementation provides integration with MVC Struts and DAO Hibernate. DAO mapping files, Struts configurations files, Views (JSPs), Java classes are automatically built by the Jt Wizard. The Jt Wizard is also a reference web application implemented using the Jt framework. Features include: * Implemented J2EE design patterns include J2EE business delegate, J2EE Session Facade, J2EE Service Locator and J2EE Value Object. * Web Services integration via the implementation of Web Services adapters and proxies. The Jt messaging API greatly simplifies the development and deployment of web services. * Integration with business process modeling (BPM). A jBPM adapter is provided within the Jt framework. jBPM is an open source implementation of the BPM technology. A Jt application can now be modeled using a process graph. This provides users with a very powerful way of modeling business processes. * Integration with the MVC (Model View Controller) design pattern and Ajax. Universal Jt components and adapters provide a transparent interface between the Jt framework API and these technologies. The business logic (controller piece) can be implemented using Jt framework components and/or BPM business processes. * Integration with the Hibernate implementation of Data Access Objects (DAO). A Jt adapter provides a transparent interface between the Jt framework and Hibernate DAOs. * JDBC integration via a JDBC adapter. * The Command pattern implementation supports a request log, a queueing mechanism and undoable operations. * JavaMail API integration via the implementation of a JavaMail adapter * Integration with J2EE Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs) via Jt Adapters and proxies. EJB clients are able to gain transparent access to remote framework objects. No need to deal with the complexities of EJB application development. An implementation of the J2EE Service Locator pattern is also provided. * Easy customization of framework applications. This is done via resource files: object attributes can be automatically loaded from a resource file. * Java Server Pages (JSP) integration. * Integration with the XML APIs via XML adapters, helpers and built-in bean/XML mapping capabilities. And more. Jt online documentation can be found at http://jt.dev.java.net/servlets/ProjectDocumentList For additional information please refer to http://jt.dev.java.net

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  2. Overwhealming[ Go to top ]

    For somebody who hasn't use Jt, at first blush something which does patterns sounds nice -- but then looking at it / hearing about all it does, I have to wonder (a) how on earth could it not be overcomplicated for a newbie and (b) how on earth could it possibly do all of those things actually quite well?
  3. Re: Overwhealming[ Go to top ]

    This kind of frameworks only add to the complexity in my opinion. I mostly use productivity boosters aka small generators that do the same thing (DAO generation etc). Keeps unnessesary clutter from your program.