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OPPRUA/DSS is a fully powered, fully integrated, and full coverage support for the enterprise web applications and their development process. It offers

the most promising comprehensive JavaScript toolkit today for your best user interface built directly to its native environment: the browser. Sponsored and supported by most of todays industrial heavy weights, you can be sure your application UI is built on a solid foundation that... (OK, we didn't do this. It is Dojo. But we do give you complete access to the entirety of the power of Dojo.) the most popular web application platform on the server side. Your application will be deployable to most of the standard enterprise IT infrastructures. With a powerful programming language... (OK, your application will be standard Servlet with Java 5 or later). the leading full-stack Java/JEE application framework of today. A powerful light weight POJO container that brings Inversion of Control, Aspect Oriented Programming, a smooth integration with a host of Object-Relationship mapping tools and much much more... (OK, again we didn't do this. It is Spring framework. But we do give you a full fledged Spring container for the management of you POJOS that form your server together). a seamless integration framework connecting the two sides while providing extensive support to the development process. This IS what we do. Opprua is a protocol that connects the very dynamic front-end of an AJAX web application to the powerful support of a complex business back-end. DSS stands for Dojo - Servlet - Spring, which are the base technologies on both sides of the applications. Our framework connects these two sides.

Our own contribution to the mix is smallest in size. It amplifies the power of the other elements. Essentially, a DSS application consists of two set of components. The UI components, called views, are browser bound based on Dojo. They are completely user facing with all their data delivered automatically for them. The server components, called workers, are POJOs managed by Spring. They are completely back-end facing, only called upon when their services are required. The rest is managed by DSS framework. With access to the complete application internal structure, the framework also provides a host of support for the development process. Please read DSS for programmers for more details.

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09/24/2007: we have a tiny application implemented on OPPRUA/DSS. This serves as a PoC for us and as a preview for interested users. Unfortunately DSS is still too far away from being useful. We will use it to build a non-trivial application as a way to "harden" it. If you are brave enough, you can download the preview version (oppruaSimple.zip). A small readme file will walk you through some playing with it. Otherwise please checking again around the end of this year. We might have a better version (beta version?) ready by then. Thank you.

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ajax dojo java servlet spring web

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