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Joined: 17 Sep 2005
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 11:58 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Check out Active Grid's "Community" Open-Source edition of:

Active Grid Application Builder, and...
Active Grid IDE.

It utilizes real-time UML and wizards to design applications with your choice of Python and/or PHP for the back-end message handling. The Appl. designer has a run time, internal server for immediate testing, and hooks into other servers quite easily like...Apache!

There ya' go all you PHP 'heads' and you 'Py-thumbs'. A.G.A.D. comes straight out the box with help doc.s, tutorials and PICTURES!


Sun-Micro System's Java Studio Creator is ready to go and has Open-Source wings, Web Applications and some Starbuck's anybody? You graphically design your web appl.'s with this baby too, just like you would in Visual Studio. Believe it or not, JSC handles AJAX...Java meets Javascript, whooo-hooo. The tuts. for this bad boy are numerous, and they come in several styles (NOT flayvoirz), like html and PDF for your learning leisure. There are user groups and boards, just like this one.

Java and Java jr. Demoric's dream team!

Both Active Grid and J.S. Creator parse XML, for data handling as-well-as WSDL files. You can design portals, high-end web pages, CMS applications like e107; etc.

Sun has also gone bonkers putting their J2EE (Enterprise Edition dev.kit)up for freeware usage, some limitations do apply, but not enough to hinder the adventurous. The J2EE package throws a Java Dev. Kit (JDK), a Java virtual machine, the run-time lib., and a Java Application Server on your system all in one install. It has a configurable server-side front end and would definitely compliment A2T beyond reasoning. I'm doing it myself.

Apache = http/web server
Java Application Sever PE 9 = application server
MySQL/PostGreSQL = database servers

Web>appl.>db>appl.>web>client, now that's scalability.
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