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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Updated: BeehiveProposal
Date Mon, 17 May 2004 06:44:20 GMT
   Date: 2004-05-16T23:44:20
   Editor: 63.96.163.116 <>
   Wiki: Incubator Wiki
   Page: BeehiveProposal
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/BeehiveProposal

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 The Beehive project will provide a consistent, abstract, and easily toolable programming
model, providing a way for developers to more productively build applications leveraging the
latest technology provided by JDK 1.5.  We expect this project will attract new users to a
simpler way to build enterprise Java applications, while also attracting experienced J2EE
programmers with a model that saves them from writing the same J2EE plumbing code over and
over again.  BEA's WebLogic Workshop developer community (see the "Community" section below)
will provide a base for the Beehive community.  We are also hoping the innovative nature of
this project will attract a strong developer community within Apache.
 
-We believe the optimal structure for this work would be a Top Level Project, starting with
two subprojects and adding a third in coordination with the JSR 181 development.  While this
proposal focuses on a framework consisting of these three subprojects, it is expected that
the Apache community will come up with additional innovative ideas that will evolve into future
subprojects.  The currently planned components include:
+We believe the optimal structure for this work would be a Top Level Project with three subprojects.
 While this proposal focuses on a framework consisting of these three subprojects, it is expected
that the Apache community will come up with additional innovative ideas that will evolve into
future subprojects.  The currently planned components include:
 
  * '''Controls''' -- The Control architecture is a lightweight component framework based
upon annotated JavaBeans, exposing a simple and consistent client model for accessing a variety
of J2EE resource types.  The framework provides a variety of functions including: JavaBean-based
client access, configuration through JSR-175 metadata and external configuration data, automatic
resource management, context services, and an extensible authoring model for creating new
Control types.  
  

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