Genuitec's Blog: August, 2010

MobiOne with More Power & Functions for Non-Developers

Posted on Aug 20th 2010
Update: Development of MobiOne has been discontinued. Read the End of Life Notice for more information. MobiOne Studio is updated with more user interface (UI) components, more integration, more power, giving you  more success. MobiOne is designed for non-developers to easily create mobile Web apps just like creating … Read More

Rapid Application Modernization to Java/Spring

Posted on Aug 19th 2010
When we hear the term application modernization, the immediate image that comes to mind involves modernizing twenty-five year old critical business applications written in COBOL. While this is still true and represents the bulk of work in this field, there are other growing areas of application modernization that … Read More

Making Functional Prototypes a Reality

Posted on Aug 17th 2010
Although there are several important technical areas of concern when developing production-ready software, its success fundamentally depends on having running code that implements the original conceptual ideas and functional requirements.  On the surface, this seems to be a straight forward and well understood problem to solve.  Talk to … Read More

GWT and Spring: It’s Not Magic After All

Posted on Aug 12th 2010
One of the masterminds behind the GWT+Spring scaffolding support in MyEclipse for Spring wrote this article that describes the design philosophy and the GWT application architecture. The article includes some great sample Java/GWT code and a great explanation of how all the pieces fit together. As it turns … Read More
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