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Java integration framework (POT is recursive acronym for "POT - Only Toolkit" another meaning is - as a tee or coffee pot in sense of complete staff for some production process)

1. Motivation: Nowadays its a hard time for Java. Our java "kitchen" is full of different machines - for backing java beans, for creating powder, for adding water, for boiling water etc. And it is a good time to start integration of this different processes into one coffee machine that gets Java Beans, manipulate with them more user-friendly and returns Java Cup as result. So can be Java Pot platform.

2. Motto: "Get once - do whatever"

3. Main ideas:

integration of all best practices of manipulating with classes (work with arrays, strings, buffers, files, images, DI, IoC container, storing to DB (ORM) etc) integration with web server - mean that server is a specific pot. developing usefull and convenient web controls model (cause jsf failed) "Cup" is just presentation of "Java Powder" mixed with "water". So this presentation must be completely unconnected from "powder". Another point is creating repository of different presentation models (controls) that can be loaded into browser, so the user can decide what concrete presentation he wants to use here and can simply reorganize layout. Here is a good reasons to say bye-bye to JS, CSS, HTML.

4. Conclusion: So developer get once Java Pot and has possibility to provide all development process using only this platform and JDK (and aspeccialy if we go out from JS CSS and HTML) his knowledge will be pointed only on Java and some features of Java Pot platform

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