Why Java?




The Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) architecture and platform is a powerful open source vendor providing a platform independent, object-oriented, distributed framework for developing and deploying robust and secure enterprise applications and solutions.  Furthermore, it has huge enterprise support from Sun Microsystems and now Oracle.

Some of the Java technologies we have used to deliver our projects so far are:


GWT, APACHEWICKET,JQUERY,MOOTOOLS,HIBERNATE,SPRING,STRUTS,J2EE

Java Platforms – Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) and Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE)

Web Frameworks – for web applications, we have delivered projects using the Google Web Toolkit (GWT), Wicket, Struts, Java Server Faces (JSF), Java Server Pages (JSP) and Servlets.

Persistence Layers – we use Hibernate and Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) to deliver powerful persistence with databases.
Layered Java/J2EE application platforms – The Spring framework, with it’s powerful Dependency Injection (DI),  is used for development of a layered architecture and easily configurable code.

Web Services – Java has recently integrated excellent support for Web Services Support and for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

AJAX – the demands of some applications require Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) to provide Rich Web Applications. We utilise different JavaScript frameworks to achieve our clients’ goals – including some powerful libraries such as MooTools and JQuery.
To support our Java efforts, we use the latest servers and application servers which serve our purpose best including:
APACHE, JBOSS,GLASSFISH,IBM(WEBSPHERE),TOMCAT,APACHE DERBY

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