lmappletserver 1.0.3

lmappletserver is a framework for integrating Java applets into the J2EE environment.

  Add it to your Download Basket!

 Add it to your Watch List!


Rate it!
send us
an update
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
Jon Akerstrom
ROOT \ Programming \ Assembler Tools
lmappletserver is a framework for integrating Java applets into the J2EE environment.

Lightminds is proud to announce the easiest way ever to use EJB3 from within your applet or web start applications - without having to think about firewall issues and other transport layer dependencies.

Here are some key features of "lmappletserver":

Transparent remote access. No more RMI or similar just code as the remote objects where local within your applet! Dramatically improves development times.
Automatic applet packaging and deployment! Write your applet code within your favourite IDE and have it automatically packaged and deployed within your application for immediate use by calling clients.
Extremely Lightweight client for use within Applets etc. No more heavy Web service, EJB3 client libraries, RMI libraries or similar.
No need to code applet-server communication protocols and/or servlets to handle interaction.
Runs over port 80 just as web services would but without the overhead! No more firewall or security issues.
Expose your server side methods for the applet by simply using annotations!
Security on the server side by using annotations!
Automatic dependency loading, you do not have to worry about dependencies ,again just code as if your objects where local.

What's New in This Release:

Auto packaging of jar file based applets on the fly. Complete with resources and everything.
Auto signing of jar file based applets on the fly. Automatic signing of applets wich needs to do out of sandbox operations.
EJB3 is no longer a requirement- you may use ordinary POJO's for example in Jakarta Tomcat by annotating them with @AppletService as long as you implement a @AppletServiceInterface.
Bugfixes and other improvements.

Last updated on September 11th, 2006

#Java applets #J2EE environment #Java framework #lmappletserver #Java #applets #framework

Add your review!