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A presentation of the Qualipso Factory, as done in OWF.

A presentation of the Qualipso Factory, as done in OWF.

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  • 1. QualiPSo Factory mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 2. Context  Forge is an on-line service that allows to instantiate, compose and manage collaborative services.  Collaborative services are traditionally Version Control Systems, Bug Trackers, Forums, Mailing list, Wikis etc. 2 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 3. Motivations  Many forges are available today  Gforge, Trac, Launchpad, Codendi, FusionForge, Sourceforge, GoogleCode, CodePlex, etc.  Very hard to bootstrap an eco-system 3 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 4. Factory User Story  The targeted user of the QualiPSo Factory is the developer of a new forge service  A forge service developer must be able to create a new collaborative service very easily 4 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 5. Qualipso Factory Architecture  The QualiPSo Factory is based on a component model  Core services are provided by the forge  Authentication, access control, binding, events, indexation, semantic  Forge service developers reuse core/ existing services to develop new collaborative services 5 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 6. Qualipso Factory Architecture  Technologies used:  Java  EJB3  Web-fragment (Servlet 3.0 specification)  GWT (Google Web Toolkit)  Tools used  Maven  Eclipse  JBoss 6 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 7. Factory Assembly Authentication provider Forge API Browsing Binding Service WS-binding Service 1 Core Notificatio Client Service n WS-binding WS-binding Service 2 Security Service Indexation WS-binding Abstract Service Service 3 1 Abstract Service 2 Abstract Service 3 7 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 8. Factory Benefits  The factory core is a kernel to bootstrap an eco- system  The kernel is maintainable, dependable and usable.  The QualiPSo Factory allows composition of services  i.e. the workflow service orchestrate project creation.  The QualiPSo Factory allows composition of resources i.e. create complex resource by composing simple resource.  i.e. a “File” resource can be child of a “Forum” resource or a “Issue” resource. 8 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 9. Sample Factory Instance / /p1 : project /p1/b1 : bugtracker /p1/svn1 : svn repo FactoryResourceIdentifier /p1/q1 : index queue subversion:repository:http://svn.qualipso.org/svn/repo1 Service Name Resource Name External ID /p1/buc1 : s3 bucket /users : folder Triple expression for rules : /users/u1 : profile Security : (/users/u1,read,/p1/svn1) Notification : (*,commit,/p1/svn1) /users/u1/a1 : activity feed Semantic: (/users/u1, a, /factory#user) 9 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 10. Developing Factory Services mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 11. Creating a new Abstract Service Steps for adding factory services 1. Instantiate an empty project with maven archetype 2. Define Service Interface Service 3. Implements Service Developer 4. Test service locally 5. Publish your Service 6. Assemble your new service with existing ones 7. Deploy your assembly Factory 8. Run external service tests Administrator 11 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 12. New Factory Assembly Authentication provider Forge API Browsing Binding Service WS-binding Service 1 Core Notificatio Client Service n WS-binding WS-binding Service 2 Security Service Indexation WS-binding Abstract Service Service 3 1 Abstract Service 2 Storage Amazon Abstract Service Service S3 3 WS-binding 12 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 13. Results  The developer of a new forge service is the targeted user of the QualiPSo Factory  A forge service developer is able to create a new collaborative service very easily by following the provided methodology  This QualiPSo Factory component model allows to fulfill these objectives 13 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 14. Developing Factory Services UI mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 15. Objectives  Extrapolate the same component model, but on the UI side  Use the same tools, the same language, the same methodology, the same model 15 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 16. Building UI Component Steps to develop a new UI Component 1. Create new service UI using maven archetype 2. Define components Views 3. Define components Events Service 4. Implements component Views Developer 5. Implements server communication 6. Test server communication and UI locally 7. Assemble your new service with existing services 8. Deploy your assembly 9. Run external tests (selenium) Factory Administrator 16 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 17. Assemble Factory UI Components Authentication provider Web browser Web Container Web Container Forge API Browsing Browsing Browsing UI part component Service E v e Core service Core service UI part Core n component Service t Security Security Security B UI part component Service u s S3 S3 S3 UI part component Service OPContainer 17 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 18. Results Created a component model based on GWT allowing separated component development and cold assembly  UI Components are maven-based as abstract services  Same language for abstract services and UI components  Complete development process can be done in the same IDE  Integration in a Single Page Composite Interface 18 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 19. Conclusion  The kernel component model gives developers the ability to contribute easily writing server side and also client side (UI) extensions in a uniform way  QualiPSo Factory aims to promote the emergence of a forge eco-system 19 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 20. Open Source  LPGL  Sources : https://gforge.inria.fr/projects/qualipso/  Contribution of 2 open-sources libraries for GWT:  OpenParts (loadable components)  QGWT (Qualipso Graphical Widget Toolkit) http://qualipso.org 20 mardi 5 octobre 2010
  • 21. Demo (screencast) mardi 5 octobre 2010