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    OpenXava: Rapid Development for Business Applications OpenXava: Rapid Development for Business Applications Presentation Transcript

    • Javier Paniza OpenXava: Rapid Development for Business Applications
    • What is OpenXava? OpenXava is a Framework for Rapid Development of Enterprise Applications In OpenXava you only have to write the domain classes in plain Java or Groovy to get an AJAX application ready for production
    • Features
      • Open source (LGPL)
      • More than 170,000 downloads
        • Now 1,000 downloads/week.
      • More than 50 code contributors
      • Focused in High Productivity
      • Short learning curve
      • AJAX User Interface
      • Exhaustive documentation in English, French, Russian, Chinese and Spanish
      • Based in Java standars
    • How OpenXava simplifies Java Enterprise JSF, HMTL, JavaScript, GWT, etc Struts, SpringMVC Plain Java/ Groovy Spring, EJB DAO, JDBC, Hibernate To create a regular Java Enterprise app your team need to write: UI Controller Services Domain DB With OpenXava you write: Plain Java/ Groovy UI Controller Services Domain DB Actions
    • Demo DEMO
    • OpenXava en Gestión 400
      • Registro Entrada / Salida
      • Expedientes
      • Nóminas
      • Gestión de Personal
      • Multas de Tráfico
      • Padrón de Habitantes
      • Inventario y Patrimonio
      • Conciliaciones Bancarias
      • Autoliquidaciones
      • Consultas a terceros
      • Elecciones
      • Bolsa de empleo
      • Cementerios
    • Payroll
    • City of Lausanne (Switzerland): OpenXava applications
      • Health Insurance control management.
      • Waste centers access cards management.
      • Financial participations management.
      • City tax management.
      • Water quantity & quality reporting for big customers (administration interface).
      • Fuel tanks control management.
      • Land Registry managagement
      • Dog owners tax management
      • Social financial help legacy database
      • Social Insurances management
      • Society tax management
      • Private persons tax management
    • Demo from Oracle with Amazon EC2 uses OpenXava http://www.slideshare.net/zain1425/cloud-oow-final
    • KnowView: Academic Collaboration Suite http://www.knowview.com/
    • SicFlex: An ERP with OpenXava
    • Grails vs OpenXava
      • OpenXava follows Java standards:
        • JSR-168/286: Portlets
        • JSR-303: Bean Validation
        • JSR-330: Dependency Injection
        • JSR-317: JPA 2
        • JSR-19: The classic EJB2 (optional)
      • The code is interchangeable with other Java frameworks
    • Grails vs OpenXava
      • No code generation:
        • You have few code for all application lifecycle
        • You only touch the codes you write. No GSP, controllers or other generated code in your hands
      • Initial application is richer with OpenXava
    • Spring Roo vs OpenXava
      • No code generation:
        • You have few code for all application lifecycle
        • You only touch the codes you write. No JSP, controllers or other generated code in your hands
      • Initial application is richer with OpenXava
    • How do you customize your app?
      • View annotations
      • Custom controllers
      • Custom editors
      • Custom views
      • Styles
    • View annotations
      • Tips for the render engine
      • High abstraction level
      • OpenXava annotations are for UI the same that JPA annotations are for DB
      • @View, @Tab, @DescriptionsList, @ListProperties, etc (there are 80)
      • Any possible case for a business application
    • View annotations DEMO DEMO
    • Custom controllers
      • A controller is a group of actions
      • An action contains the logic to execute when a user click on a button or link
      • There are generic controllers for CRUD and Printing
      • We can refine these generic controllers
      • We can create our own controllers
    • Custom controllers DEMO DEMO
    • Custom editors
      • Editors are the user interface elements used to view and edit the members of your entities
      • There are built-in editors for all the basic types, references and collections.
      • You can create your custom editors using JSP, HTML, JavaScript, etc.
      Built-in editors Custom editor
    • Custom views
      • Instead of using the automatically generated UI you can create your custom user interface for any entity using JSP, HTML, JavaScript, etc.
      • Rarely needed, but useful
      An OpenXava module Custom view (not automatic)
    • Styles
      • When deployed in a portal OpenXava portlets get the look & feel of the container portal
      • You can create your own style using CSS
      • From an iPad get the native iPad look & feel
    • OpenXava in Liferay 6
    • OpenXava in WebSphere Portal
    • OpenXava in an iPad
    • $ Business model $
      • We are starting now: 7 years as an open source project supported by the programmers that use it
      • Business models cover important needs of the current OpenXava community
      • First ideas: Book, Services, Add-ons
    • Book
      • Learn OpenXava developing a complete application from scratch
      • In English, Spanish and Chinese (soon)
      • Available in openxava.org/book (PDF), amazon.com (printed and kindle) and iBooks iPad store.
    • Professional services
      • Support
      • Training
      • In Spanish, English and French
      • Not a single company, but a network of companies around the world organized to give professional OpenXava services
      • openxava.org/services
    • Commercial add-ons
      • NaviOX: Security and navigation for OpenXava (beta already available)
      • XavaPhone: UI generator for mobile devices (beta available next week)
      • Idea: Creating an add-ons marketplace
      • openxava.org/addons
    • Try it Go to www.openxava.org Download and try it
    • Q&A