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From "Christopher M. Cardona (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (GERONIMO-2966) [Code donation] Web2 Plugins
Date Wed, 21 Mar 2007 07:47:32 GMT


Christopher M. Cardona commented on GERONIMO-2966:

I spent some time trying out this donation and I think it's a nice tool to have for developing
Web 2.0 apps in Geronimo. The donation basically consists of plugins (Dojo, JSON-RPC-Java,
and ROME) and some test apps that utilizes the plugins. Installing it is very easy. I just
followed the instructions from notes.txt titled 'Install for the impatient'. It also includes
installation and developer's guide under the 'doc' directory which I find very helpful. The
source code is also well documented and already includes the Apache license header. This donation
was tested to work on Little G 1.1 with Tomcat and it would be nice to have it working on
G 2.0 but since G 2.0 already includes native Dojo support, we don't need the Dojo plugin
included in this donation.

Is there a place where we can host donated plugins? Anybody got suggestions on what to do
with this donation? Thanks.

> [Code donation] Web2 Plugins
> ----------------------------
>                 Key: GERONIMO-2966
>                 URL:
>             Project: Geronimo
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>      Security Level: public(Regular issues) 
>    Affects Versions: 1.1.x
>         Environment: MS Windows XP SP2 (although Java based should work on any OS supporting
>            Reporter: Jeffrey Faelnar
>            Priority: Minor
>             Fix For: 1.1.x
>         Attachments: IBM-Web20Plugins-CCLA.pdf,
> IBM has developed a set of  Web2.0 plugins for Apache Geronimo. The first two, the DOJO
plug-in and the JSON-RPC-Java plug-in, will supply Geronimo with client and server side support
of AJAX technology. Developers will create Web applications where the client side is implemented
with the help of a DOJO library and makes JSON-RPC calls to the server side business logic
exposed as a coarse-grained fa├žade JavaBean. To add DOJO library support developers need
to make their applications dependent on the DOJO plug-in and similarly to handle JSON-RPC
calls using JSON-RPC-Java library developers need to make the applications dependent on the
JSON-RPC plug-in.
> The remaining Feeds plug-in will allow developers to easily create RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0 and
ATOM 1.0 syndication feeds. The plug-in will be used in one of two ways. Developers will implement
feeds so that they are accessed through the Feeds plug-in acting as an already deployed Web
module. In addition, developers can implement feeds as separately deployed Web applications
that use some functionality of the Feeds plug-in.
> Attached are the plugins and IBM's CCLA.

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