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OpenChronicle is a real world blogging application with basic functionality similar to websites such as Blogger, WordPress, LiveJourn
OpenChronicle is a real world blogging application with basic functionality similar to websites such as Blogger, WordPress, LiveJournal and MySpace.
OpenChronicle's purpose is to demonstrate how to use individual subsystems available as part of OpenSubsystems project when developing Java applications. It is an excellent learning resource for those who want to master the available subsystems or maybe just want to quickly lookup how to use some particular feature.
The detailed tutorials document every step of design and development process that is required to quickly create fully featured application that is portable and easily maintainable. Each successive version expands the previous one with desirable features that are implemented easily by integrating another available subsystem or some aspect of its functionality.
What's New in This Release:
OpenChronicle is a comprehensive tutorial to development of Java applications using Open Core middleware abstraction layer.
The tutorial walks the developer through the design and implementation of a real world blogging application.
It describes how to easily implement the application data model, code persistence working with any of the supported databases, make the application work as a POJO or EJB using any of the supported J2EE application servers, and how to design a flexible, skinnable Web user interface with basic security features.
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