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  • I’d like to introduce WaveMaker Software.
  • To give you a sense of how dramatically different WaveMaker is than existing web development solutions like .NET, here is a customer case study. Our customer built a credit authorization application in .NET. The resulting application was so complex and fragile that they decided to rebuild the application with WaveMaker. They were able to rebuild the app with almost 70% fewer resources and 98% less code.
  • WaveMaker is targeting a very specific hole in the market – easy to use tools that generate applications which support IT standards. Our vision is to introduce a new generation of software development tools that democratize the development of business web applications– in short, to be the PowerBuilder for Web 2.0 Front end for SOA – re-inventing the software stack for MySQL, Spring, SugarCRM and others

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  • 1. Web 2.0 – What Is It *Really* Good For? Company Overview
  • 2. Neat…But Is It Useful? Products Being Introduced at Web 2.0 Expo? Rain Collector Necktie Organizer Sniffle Stopper
  • 3. How’s This For Value? Time to Develop Lines of Code 140 hours Source: National City Bank 419 Hours 25,987 Lines Of Code 335 lines ASP.NET ASP.NET WaveMaker WaveMaker
  • 4. Web 2.0 Needs A PowerBuilder!
    • For business application developers who want a high-productivity solution to build Web 2.0 apps
    • WaveMaker is an open-source, WYSIWYG framework for visual AJAX web development.
    • WaveMaker creates standard Java applications based on Spring, Hibernate and Dojo.
  • 5. Web 2.0 Customers Using WaveMaker
    • Rapid prototyping and development (Cisco, Macy’s)
      • Replaced Dreamweaver, iRise
    • Form-driven database apps (ETS, Amex, Brunswick)
      • Replaced MS Access, MS .NET, Lotus Notes
    • Front end “face” for SOA architecture (National City)
      • Replaced Tibco GI, Nexaweb
  • 6. WaveMaker Studio Architecture
    • Databases
    • Web services
    • Dojo Widgets
    • Templates (CSS, HTML)
    WaveMaker Studio
    • Java WAR file
    • Database structure
    • Widgets
    • Templates
    Pure Java Web Application
    • Standard Java, JavaScript, XML source files
    • Easily imports into Eclipse or NetBeans
    • SCM / Version Control Ready
    Import Export
  • 7. WaveMaker Deployment Architecture
    • Dojo 1.0
    • AJAX Widgets used to assemble applications
    • JSON RPC
    • Messaging from browser to server
    • Spring / Hibernate
    • Basic container and data access
    • JaxWS / Acegi
    • Web services and security
    • Tomcat, JBoss, WLS and WAS
    • Ajax
    • Dojo
    • JSON
    Data Access Web Services Security Rapid Deployment Framework Rich Internet Application Service Dispatcher
    • JAXWS
    • SOAP
    • REST
    • RSS
    • Java
    • Acegi
    • LDAP
    • Siteminder
    • DB
    • Hibernate
    • Oracle
    • DB/2
    • MySQL
    HTTP
  • 8. WaveMaker Wows Press & Analysts “ WaveMaker makes Java Point and Click – you can build a web application in minutes and without using a single acronym!” - Peter Wayner, InfoWorld Product Review, 2008 “ WaveMaker combines a slick application-construction environment with a compelling story for developing lightweight web applications in the enterprise.” - Vishy Venugopalan, the 451 Group, 2008 “ WaveMaker has a shot at being the PowerBuilder of Web 2.0.” - Judith Hurwitz, the Hurwitz Group, 2008
  • 9. Democratizing Web Development
    • When to use Web 2.0 Tools
      • Rapid prototyping and development
      • Form-driven database apps
      • Front end “face” for SOA architecture
    • When NOT to use Web 2.0 Tools
      • Complex transactional systems (traditional J2EE)
      • Complex workflow (traditional BPM)
      • Document management (forums, wikis, blogs)
  • 10. See Our Partners At Web 2.0 Expo!
    • Kapow (booth 915): social CRM mashup
    • SnapLogic (booth 915): SAP order mgmt mashup HCL (booth 415): SI services for Web 2.0 WaveMaker (booth 1024): Be a Web 2.0 rock star!