java-mvc-lite as you can tell by the name is a J2EE framework which does not try to solve every problem and provides just a very simple solution to implementing MVC in J2EE web applications.
Listed below are a few salient features of the framework:
MVC based with more emphasis on the controller aspect of MVC;
Easy to learn and simple to use;
Simplifies unit testing;
Keeps the UI layer thin;
Uses dependency injection;
Does not force the client code into implementation inheritance;
Avoids XML and embraces annotations;
Automatic request parameters to domain object binding;
Automatic validation of request parameters;
Supports multiple view technologies and not just JSPs;
Scope set up (setting variables automatically in request or session scope);
Simple code base.
I developed this almost 2 years back, and as you would agree I am extremely late in making this work available. Nevertheless I am making this available now with a hope that the 'cook's tour' I provided with the framework would be of help to framework enthusiasts like me.
These details are provided for information only. No information here is legal advice and should not be used as such.