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Vaadin

Vaadin

Vaadin is a Java web application framework. It is designed for creating rich and interactive applications that run in the browser, without any plugins. A server-driven architecture together with reusable component model is used to simplify programming of applications and for better web application security. No HTML, XML or JavaScript necessary and all Java libraries and tools are at your disposal.

Vaadin is designed to build web applications, not just web-sites. This positions it for application rather than website development. Vaadin comes with great-looking components and easy use of themes. Built on GWT-based widgets, Vaadin applications support all Ajax-capable browsers, with no plugins. The server-side architecture ensures that your application code is hidden from the world.

It is mature software, with development starting in 2000.
 Vaadin 7.5.0

Price
Free to download

Size
73.6MB
License

Apache 2.0

Developer
IT Mill Ltd

Website
www.vaadin.com

System Requirements
Java Runtime Environment

Support:
Book of Vaadin, Tutorial, FAQ, Refcard, Demo

Selected Reviews:
Design by Gravity

Features include:

  • Ability to use Java (using a Java EE platform) as the only programming language, while creating content for the web
  • Server-side architecture, which means that the largest part of the logic runs on the server
  • Large collection of UI components
  • Dynamic Java layouts
  • Template based HTML layouts
  • Event-listener model
  • MVC data binding
  • Input Validation Framework
  • Incorporates event-driven programming and widgets
  • Utilizes Google Web Toolkit for rendering the resulting web page
  • No browser plug-in required
  • No HTML required
  • No Javascript programming, no XML configurations
  • Integrates well with Spring
  • Supports Mozilla Firefox 3+, Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8, Safari 3 and 4, Opera 10 and Google Chrome
  • Supports Apache Tomcat, version 4.1 or later, Oracle WebLogic Server, version 9.2 or later, IBM WebSphere Application Server, version 6.1 or later, JBoss Application Server, version 3.2.8 or later, Jetty, version 5 or later, Glassfish, version 2 or later, Liferay Portal 4.3 or later
  • Commercial support available
  • Free for commercial use

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