Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) June 18, 2008
MAKE Technologies today announces the MAKEFaces Project, an Open Source web framework for Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) application development.
MAKEFaces improves and extends Java Server Faces (JSF) and Java Persistence API (JPA), improving the ease of JSF application development through incorporation of principles such as DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself) and fixing recognized shortcomings.
"With the release of MAKEFaces as open-source, MAKE Technologies has opened up a mature web application framework that solves a variety of tough JSF problems faced by many business application developers," says David Green, Principal Tools Architect at MAKE, and MAKEFaces co-Project Owner and Developer.
"MAKEFaces can be used on its own or in conjunction with other popular web application frameworks," Green continues. "MAKEFaces favors simplicity and convention over complexity and configuration, keeping the bar to entry low and positioning MAKEFaces as an attractive solution."
The MAKEFaces project is made up of three components, which may be used independently:
Validation -- a validation framework that may be used with or without JSF;
Select Item -- components that enable domain-driven selection list factories;
Core -- a core application framework that supports annotation-driven configuration, dependency injection, conversations, RESTful url's and many more features.
About MAKE Technologies
MAKE Technologies Inc. is revolutionizing the way organizations modernize and integrate their applications for SOA deployment in an increasingly web-oriented, user-centric world. Launched in 1999, MAKE has led the way in legacy modernization technology for modern platforms such as Java EE. In keeping with this mission, MAKE is seeding the Open Source community with technology such as the MAKEFaces project.
MAKE is headquartered in Vancouver, BC., Canada.
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