Jooby is a (relatively) new micro web framework inspired by express.js, which in line with the slogan by its creator Edgar Espina “do more, more easily” emphasizes the strengths of Java and would like to iron out its weaknesses.
Vaadin just released version 7.2 of their web framework at JAX 2014. We had a chance to talk to Ville Ingman about the new release and the challenge to choose the right web framework for each use case. Filmed at JAX 2014 in Mainz, Germany.
We speak to the lead developer of Pedestal, a new open source project taking a fresh approach to Clojure web app development.
The next version of popular web framework provides a wrapper Java Server Pages, although will require commercial license.
The latest version of the server-side framework introduces some drastic changes to the API as well as SASS support.
Another week, another Apache foundation project getting an upgrade. This time its the turn of Java-based web framework Wicket.
Apache Wicket guru Jeremy Thomerson takes us on a tour of component-oriented Java UI web framework and when best to use it.
Stlipse is an Eclipse plug-in for working with the Stripes web framework. The Plug-in essentially offers a content assist function […]
The second milestone release of the Groovy-based web framework Grails 2.0.0 is now available.
PLUS, new Batch-based DOS on DOPE MVC framework and Apache Isis enters the Incubator.
New release for JRuby-Rack for the Java servlet environment.
Version 0.9.0 of the Sight Java Web framework can now be downloaded. Sight is built on top of J2EE technologies […]
Loom version 2.0 is now available. Loom is an open source, Java web framework. It is designed to handle user […]