Wednesday, March 5th, 2008

iWebMvc: DWR, Dojo, Spring and Hibernate/JPA

Category: Dojo, DWR, Java, Library

Joe Walker tipped me off to a preview of iWebMvc which is meta framework that ties together DWR, Dojo, Spring and Hibernate/JPA a la AppFuse or Grails.

It is created by Jose Noheda, a DWR commiter, and the project aims are:

  • Is based on Java

    Although supporting Grooy / JRuby is a plus
  • Helps me to kick start a project

    But simplifying the process by giving me the best (and this can be tricky) set of frameworks for each task
  • Integrates both server and client sides

    And it’s lightweight, robust and extensible. Read enterprise quality.
  • Supports all the common tasks a web app has to handle

    I include here: User Management, CRUD operations, i18n support (both framework & data), AJAX and astounding visuals

Posted by Dion Almaer at 7:31 am
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This looks like a great project – I particularly applaud the choice of Dojo/Spring/Hibernate. It looks like the OSS world is starting to converge around this stack. We are also eleasing WaveMaker (same stack, same visual Ajax objectives) for Mac – go to and click the Mac icon to request a beta.

Comment by ckeene — March 5, 2008

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