Originally posted by ajay fra: I am planning for creating a new Framework which can reduce production time and can provide better services to the user.please forward and reply some good suggestions. Regards Ajay
What do you need that can't be provided by something like Spring?
If you're looking for an idea how about a printing framework.
I mentioned it here. Still haven't started it, not sure if the other guy did.
posted 14 years ago
Thanks for your warm replies. My plan is to develop a framework merging ideas from Apache struts,Apache Turbine and WebWork. I am Planning to take ActionForm ,Validation , LookupDispatch and DynaForm from Struts(where i finshed ActionForm Logger and started Validation). And Turbine services like mailing,security,Authentication(USER_GROUP_ROLE_PERMISSION) management... Hope you can help me to add some more features and ideas with mine.. And sorry for sending short Queries.. Thanks in advance Regards Ajay
Originally posted by ajay fra: My plan is to develop a framework merging ideas from Apache struts,Apache Turbine and WebWork. I am Planning to take ActionForm ,Validation , LookupDispatch and DynaForm from Struts(where i finshed ActionForm Logger and started Validation). And Turbine services like mailing,security,Authentication(USER_GROUP_ROLE_PERMISSION) management...
As someone else mentioned, what do you plan to provide that is greater than what is already available with Spring?
SpringMVC provides much of what you're planning on borrowing from Struts. Spring also provides support for e-mail. And when you add Acegi to the mix you have security.
I'm not trying to discourage innovation, but (1) so far you've not discussed anything innovative and (2) if you have some really good ideas, why not work to build them into an already existing (and mature) framework? [ March 17, 2005: Message edited by: Craig Walls ]
I have to say that sounds very much like an integration of Spring and Struts. What is it about your framework that will make thousands and thousands of developers adopt it instead of Spring and Struts (which already have a huge following and knowledge base)?
Cool frameworks are plenty out there. The important thing is to differentiate yours from the others.
Thanks for the kind information, i was asking you friends about new ideas in your mind,hope all started asking the same with me now!! Any how thanks for time and interest... Regards, Ajay
posted 14 years ago
You could look into frameworks for other languages/platforms (.NET, Python, Ruby, Smalltalk) and see if you'll come up with something that doesn't exist in the Java space yet (as in "I cannot do X in Java with any feasible combination of existing frameworks").