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Desktop|Embedded Application API JSR

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Desktop|Embedded Application API JSR

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Desktop|Embedded Application API JSR

  1. 1. [DESKTOP|EMBEDDED] APPLICATION API JSR
  2. 2. PREVIOUS ATTEMPTS JSR 193 – Client Side Container JSR 296 – Swing Application Framework JSR 295 – Beans Binding JSR 296 had the following goals application life cycle localized resources (and injection) persisted session state loosely coupled actions targeted only Swing for obvious reasons
  3. 3. CURRENT STATE Several UI toolkits to choose from: Swing, JavaFX, SWT Apache Pivot, Lanterna, Qt Several frameworks to choose from: Eclipse 4 Platform, NetBeans Griffon DataFX, JacpFX, MvvmFX, JVx and more …
  4. 4. FRAMEWORKS Many of the listed frameworks offer the following capabilities implemented in different ways: application life cycle localized resources (and injection) persisted session state loosely coupled actions dependency injection event system centralized error management extension points via plugins
  5. 5. TARGET ENVIRONMENT All of the listed frameworks support the Desktop as target environment. Only a few can be used in an Embedded environment (where Java SE is supported). Embedded Java UI applications can be built as applications that target the Desktop; share codebase even.
  6. 6. GOALS OF THIS JSR Target Desktop and Embedded environments Support several toolkits Be an standalone JSR, i.e, no need to include in JDK Leverage existing JSRs: JSR 330 – Dependency Injection JSR 365 – Event bus (from CDI 2.0) Java Config (?)
  7. 7. CORE FEATURES application life cycle localized resources (and injection) configuration MVC artifacts loosely coupled actions dependency injection event system centralized error management extension points via plugins
  8. 8. POSSIBLE ADDITIONS Runtime: persisted session state artifact introspection API Buildtime: test support deployment
  9. 9. SUPPORTERS Java Champions such as Johan Voss, Alan Williamson, Lars Vogel, Jim Weaver, Gerrit Grunwald Well known Java community members Sven Reimers, Hendrik Ebbers, Anatole Tresch, Sharat Chander, Raj Mahendra (JUG Hyderabad) Mohamed Taman (Morocco JUG) Vendors BSI (interested)
  10. 10. QUESTIONS?

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