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  1. Jt - Java Pattern Oriented Framework (Jt 3.8) (2 messages)

    Jt3.8 has been released. Jt is a pattern oriented framework for the rapid implementation of Java applications. Jt implements many well-known patterns including Data Access Objects (DAO), GoF design patterns and J2EE patterns. Jt3.8 features portal components and capabilities: - Account and Profile management - Mailing list capabilities - Photo upload capabilities - Product management - Shopping Cart - Credit card payment via Paypal adapter Jt3.8 also 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. The pattern oriented framework implements and facilitates the implementation of well-known design patterns like GoF design patterns and J2EE Design patterns. The framework itself is conceived and implemented based on design patterns (from the ground up). The framework facilitates and accelerates the implementation of applications based on design patterns. The framework architecture is based on a messaging design pattern. For additional information please refer to http://jt.dev.java.net. You can join the Jt mailing list there. Message was edited by: jvaughan@techtarget.com
  2. The theserverside.com authors sure have a weird sense of humour
  3. Aside from the generally hilarious mature of the product itself, there is this at the URL supplied in the post:
    So you have to wonder - who is the poster? Obviously not someone in touch with the project itself, because someone like that would know the current site URL. Clearly that does not matter, of course, but it's good to be able to get some fun out of this post by speculating. I think it's Cartman. Sweet!