7 Simple Reasons to use AppFuse
Matt Raible, Virtuas Open Source Solutions
mraible@virtuas.com




                       ...
Introductions
Your experience with Java?
Your experience with Web Frameworks?
What do you hope to learn today?
Open Source...
Matt
Raible
Agenda
1. AppFuse Overview
2. 7 Simple Reasons
3. Competitors
4. Roadmap
5. Pitfalls
6. Q and A
AppFuse Overview
- what is it?
A directory structure, build file and project classes
to get your project started quickly
The hard part is ge...
History
Started as a sample app for Pro JSP
Became a toolkit for starting new projects
Lots of community feedback makes it...
Dependencies

   Optional Installs
Directory Structure
Development Environment
 Download and install:
     Ant 1.6.5+
     MySQL 4.1.x+
     Tomcat 5.0.28+ or Geronimo 1.1+
    ...
Powered by AppFuse
Setup Demo
http://demo.appfuse.org/setup.html
7 Simple Reasons
 to use AppFuse
7 Reasons to use AppFuse
1. Testing
2. Integration
3. Automation
4. Security
5. Code Generation
6. Documentation
7. Commun...
1. Testing
JUnit
 1. Testing
DbUnit

         JUnit
          1. Testing
Spring Mocks
DbUnit

         JUnit
          1. Testing
Spring Mocks
DbUnit

         JUnit
          1. Testing
Spring Mocks
DbUnit

         JUnit
          1. Testing
Spring Mocks
DbUnit

         JUnit
          1. Testing
Spring Mocks
DbUnit

         JUnit
          1. Testing
2. Integration
3. Automation
4. Security features and
extensibility
5. Code generation with
AppGen
AppGen Demo
http://demo.appfuse.org/appgen.html
6. Documentation
7. Community
Competition
Similar Projects
Trails
Grails
Ruby on Rails
Able
Seam
RIFE
Qwicket
Roadmap
2.0 Roadmap
Milestone 1
   Maven 2 integration
   Migrate from CVS to SVN
   Get all flavors (WARs) deployed and running on...
2.0 Roadmap, cont.
Milestone 2
   JDK 5, Annotations and JSP 2.0
   Archetypes for creating new AppFuse projects
   Docume...
2.0 Nice to haves
TestNG replacing JUnit
Hibernate Validation Annotations (hard part is
hooking it into the web frameworks...
Pitfalls and Issues
Learn more from...
Comparing Web Frameworks:
    https://equinox.dev.java.net/framework-comparison
What's new in Spring 2....
Equinox
AppFuse Light - designed for quick apps with few
requirements (i.e. prototypes)
Includes 6 MVC implementations: JS...
Questions?
AppFuse Project:
    http://appfuse.org
Demos and Videos:
    http://demo.appfuse.org/demos.html
Tutorials:
   ...
Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse
Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse
Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse
Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse
Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse
Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse
Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse
Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse
Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse
Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse
Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse
Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse
Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse
Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse
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AppFuse is an open source project/application that uses best-of-breed Java open source tools to help you develop web applications quickly and efficiently. Not only does it provide documentation on how to develop light-weight POJO-based applications, it includes features that many applications need out-of-the-box: authentication and authorization, remember me, password hint, skinnability, file upload, Ajax libraries, signup and SSL switching. This is one of the main features in AppFuse that separates it from the other "CRUD Generation" frameworks like Ruby on Rails, Trails and Grails. AppFuse is already an application when you start using it, which means code examples are already in your project. Furthermore, because features already exist, the amount of boiler-plate code that most projects need will be eliminated.
In this session, you will learn Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse. If you don't use it to start your own projects, hopefully you will see that it provides much of the boiler-plate code that can be used in Java-based web applications. Since it's Apache Licensed, you're more than welcome to copy/paste any code from it into your own applications.

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http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-appfuse/index.html

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Seven Simple Reasons to Use AppFuse

  1. 1. 7 Simple Reasons to use AppFuse Matt Raible, Virtuas Open Source Solutions mraible@virtuas.com © 2005-2006, Virtuas Open Source Solutions
  2. 2. Introductions Your experience with Java? Your experience with Web Frameworks? What do you hope to learn today? Open Source experience: Ant, Struts, WebWork, Spring, Hibernate, Eclipse, Tomcat? Favorite IDE? Favorite OS? Favorite Server?
  3. 3. Matt
  4. 4. Raible
  5. 5. Agenda 1. AppFuse Overview 2. 7 Simple Reasons 3. Competitors 4. Roadmap 5. Pitfalls 6. Q and A
  6. 6. AppFuse Overview
  7. 7. - what is it? A directory structure, build file and project classes to get your project started quickly The hard part is getting started and configuring dependencies Uses popular open-source tools: Ant, XDoclet, Spring, Hibernate, Struts (or JSF, Spring MVC, WebWork or Tapestry) Top 5 java.net project in hits, accesses and mail traffic
  8. 8. History Started as a sample app for Pro JSP Became a toolkit for starting new projects Lots of community feedback makes it a “best practices” webapp for Agile J2EE Documentation and Tutorials (November 2003) AppGen - CRUD made easy (November 2004) New Committers: Nathan, Ben, David and Sanjiv (2005), Mika and Thomas (2006) AppFuse 2.0: Java 5, Maven 2, Simplicity (2006-7)
  9. 9. Dependencies Optional Installs
  10. 10. Directory Structure
  11. 11. Development Environment Download and install: Ant 1.6.5+ MySQL 4.1.x+ Tomcat 5.0.28+ or Geronimo 1.1+ Eclipse 3.2 (or IDEA 6) AppFuse 1.9.4 http://raibledesigns.com/wiki/DevelopmentEnvironment.html
  12. 12. Powered by AppFuse
  13. 13. Setup Demo http://demo.appfuse.org/setup.html
  14. 14. 7 Simple Reasons to use AppFuse
  15. 15. 7 Reasons to use AppFuse 1. Testing 2. Integration 3. Automation 4. Security 5. Code Generation 6. Documentation 7. Community
  16. 16. 1. Testing
  17. 17. JUnit 1. Testing
  18. 18. DbUnit JUnit 1. Testing
  19. 19. Spring Mocks DbUnit JUnit 1. Testing
  20. 20. Spring Mocks DbUnit JUnit 1. Testing
  21. 21. Spring Mocks DbUnit JUnit 1. Testing
  22. 22. Spring Mocks DbUnit JUnit 1. Testing
  23. 23. Spring Mocks DbUnit JUnit 1. Testing
  24. 24. 2. Integration
  25. 25. 3. Automation
  26. 26. 4. Security features and extensibility
  27. 27. 5. Code generation with AppGen
  28. 28. AppGen Demo http://demo.appfuse.org/appgen.html
  29. 29. 6. Documentation
  30. 30. 7. Community
  31. 31. Competition
  32. 32. Similar Projects Trails Grails Ruby on Rails Able Seam RIFE Qwicket
  33. 33. Roadmap
  34. 34. 2.0 Roadmap Milestone 1 Maven 2 integration Migrate from CVS to SVN Get all flavors (WARs) deployed and running on Tomcat and Jetty Maven Plugin Spring 2.0: Upgrade XML to XSDs, annotations where appropriate Upgrade WebWork to Struts 2 Documentation - move to new Confluence or DocBook-based system for 2.0 documentation
  35. 35. 2.0 Roadmap, cont. Milestone 2 JDK 5, Annotations and JSP 2.0 Archetypes for creating new AppFuse projects Documentation, including screencasts for tutorials Milestone 3 Integrate CeltiXFire by default Code Generation - replacing AppGen
  36. 36. 2.0 Nice to haves TestNG replacing JUnit Hibernate Validation Annotations (hard part is hooking it into the web frameworks) Tomcat Plugin for Maven (like Jetty's plugin) JPA Support Support for JDK 1.4 using something like Retroweaver Support for using Ant to build/test/deploy
  37. 37. Pitfalls and Issues
  38. 38. Learn more from... Comparing Web Frameworks: https://equinox.dev.java.net/framework-comparison What's new in Spring 2.0: http://www.springframework.org/docs/reference/new- in-2.html Spring 2.0 Kickstart: http://springdeveloper.com/presentations/spring- kickstart.html
  39. 39. Equinox AppFuse Light - designed for quick apps with few requirements (i.e. prototypes) Includes 6 MVC implementations: JSF, Spring MVC, Struts, Struts 2, Tapestry and WebWork Includes 5 Persistence frameworks: Hibernate, iBATIS, JDO, OJB, Spring JDBC 50 combinations available! Located at http://equinox.dev.java.net
  40. 40. Questions? AppFuse Project: http://appfuse.org Demos and Videos: http://demo.appfuse.org/demos.html Tutorials: http://appfuse.org/tutorials
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