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Servlet container extensions that help web developers write full featured Java web applications.1 weekly downloads
JAnnotation is a lightweight persistence framework for Java5.it is most simple to use. it does not requires any xml configuration file, or environment variable. The only one thing it needs to start running is that you provide the working DataSource.
Repository Beans is a toolkit for abstracting ATG Repositories into POJOs. By using Repository Beans one may develop against ATG Repositories, but retain the benefits of coding against POJOs.
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Wicket Boilerplate provides draft code for an application that utilizes the wicket framework. We intend to provide simple means for creating new wicket projects. Currently the projects are built using the Eclipse IDE and they are managed with Maven.