Case StudiesFacebook applicationAn interactive Facebook application to promote the brand1. The application should interact with the user and prompt him/her to do actions (blow).2. The action should generate events (application should respond to the actions done by user.)3. The response would include • Images and text changes • Prompting users to re-do the actions (You didn’t impress me) • Final image & text changes as a result of successful action.(You blew me away) • Movement of image on the FB page. (Katrina walks down) • Creation of video from the events generated • Sending to friends and ask for liking.
Case StudiesGrail applicationLeveraging Groovy and Grails to enhance ProductivityGrail ApplicationBACKGROUND The Client had an application developed that incorporated Spring, Hibernate and Ajax. The applicationwas very costly to maintain as well as to enhance, so the client was looking for a solution to lessen the costs ofmaintenance and enhancementsCHALLENGE The client wanted a facility where the messages could be displayed in alternate windows, so we had tocreate an attractive UI.The client also wanted the ability to update the server data without refreshing the specific pageSOLUTION To create an attractive UI, we used Model Box and developed it exactly to the clients specifications.To develop the functionality whereby the client could get updated data without refreshing the page, we used one ofthe best plug-ins—DWRRESULTS: Grails, inspired by Python, Ruby, and Smalltalk, is a popular and growing dynamic scripting language for Javadevelopers. The applications built on Groovy and Grails are highly productive and easy to maintain as well.By using an effective framework and language as well as multiple plug-ins, we migrated the application which enabledthe client to cut 60% of the total maintenance cost. Now, the application is easy to use and easy to maintain, givingenhanced functionalities to the client with minimal maintenance cost.