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A Task Processing Framework for Java

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Soy Beans is an HTTP request processing framework written in Java. Written as an alternative to frameworks like Struts and Stripes, it provides a robust and extremely flexible API enabling rapid deployment, and dynamic configuration.

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  • Flexible, robust and easy to work with.
  • No more 500 errors. SoyBeans default handler returns a user-specifable task.
  • Multi-threaded task-based architecture.
  • Works in or out of a web-based environment.
  • Easily extendable. Free-form architecture gives you complete control over the process.
  • Easy Access to uploaded files.
  • Built-in data persistence.
  • Configurable mime-types
  • Built-in support for RESTful services
  • Built-in support for CORS.
  • Built-in support for custom headers
  • UI Configurator makes building configurations a snap!


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