Developing a Web 2.0 app is really simple with
. Phobos is a light-weight
scripting-friendly web application environment that runs on Java platform. jMaki
is an Ajax framework and also provides a unified data model by wrapping
components from existing toolkits such as
has support for Java, Phobos, PHP, and Ruby. Using the same language,
the data format. Both of these technologies can be installed as plug-in modules
in NetBeans IDE.
If you are attending JavaOne 2007,
TS-6381 (Tue, May 8, 4:40 pm) and
booth #953 in the
how easy it is to build a "Developer Dashboard" that allows you to monitor
different activities of your project. If you want to build this application,
then you can follow the screen cast.
Three key points to be highlighted in this demo:
- jMaki and Phobos are made-for-each-other. They allow to use same skill
mismatch by using the same data format on both the sides.
- NetBeans IDE provides a rapid development, run and test cycle increasing
your development time. There is no deployment or compilation required.
- All these apps can be deployed on
GlassFish V2 or V3, an
open-source, production quality, and Java EE 5 compatible application