[ANNOUNCE] Mogwai SwingFramework 0.1 available

Discussion in 'Java' started by Mirko Sertic, Mar 27, 2005.

  1. Mirko Sertic

    Mirko Sertic Guest

    Mogwai SwingFramework is a MVC framework for building Java2 Swing -
    based applications. It is meant to implement the same functionalities
    like Struts for J2EE and Web - based applications.

    Coding Swing applications the old way means that do do a lot of direct
    coupling of your components. There is no clean separation of data
    model, controller logic and presentation. Everything is wired together
    using the Swing event framework and implementing business logic
    directly into your classes.

    Implementing design principles like loose coupling of components or
    separation of concerns is hard to code and almost not supported by
    todays available development tools. Using SwingFramework, you CAN do
    loose coupling and use your favorite development environment. You
    implement your controller logic and data model in simple POJO's (
    Plain Old Java Objects ) and everything else is wired together using
    the SwingFramework and some configuration files.

    SwingFramework behaves like an IoC ( Inversion Of Control ) container.
    It uses dependency injection mechanism and a lot of Java reflections
    to couple components together. This couping is configured in xml based
    configuration files.

    *Swing based IoC
    *True MVC
    *Easy use
    *Highly extensible
    *Free

    The whole system is implemented in Java and uses state-of-the-art
    technology. The current release can be downloaded at
    http://mogwai.sourceforge.net
    Mirko Sertic, Mar 27, 2005
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