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From Werner Punz <we...@gmx.at>
Subject Re: Rumba - MyFaces-based application framework
Date Fri, 31 Mar 2006 16:24:19 GMT
Alxeij great...

I think your way is the way to go, moving over
to the next level.
God knows why almost every week the next framework pops
up which still messes around on servlet jsp level
instead of trying to add value to one of the existing frameworks.
Great stuff.



Werner

Alexey Maslov schrieb:
> Hi,
> 
>   I want to introduce a new framework and I’m a bit
> afraid of it. There are so many Java frameworks
> announced these days that personally I’m tired of all
> this. So, please be kind to this post :). Thank you.
> 
>   We have developed a new MyFaces-based application
> framework called “Rumba.” It is not a silver bullet or
> “the best framework that will make you 10x
> productive.” Rumba has a clear focus – it is an
> application framework that builds a reusable
> Controller that should seamlessly integrate web
> framework (MyFaces) and persistence framework
> (currently Hibernate).
> 
>   Key Rumba concepts: 
> - Objects can be passed between web pages as simple
> request attributes 
> - Page controls can be directly bound to an object
> model 
> - Transparent persistence 
> - Slick configuration
>  
> You can read more on Rumba website:
> http://www.rumbaframework.org. We have made a brief
> tutorial to get started easily. 
> 
> What do you think? Does the idea make sense to you?
> Have we missed anything important?
> 
> Thank you very much for feedback :)
> 
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