Woko is a Full-Stack, Domain-Driven Web Framework for the Java platform. It builds upon strong foundations and mixes in unique concepts, providing a developer experience that ain't so common in the Java landscape.
We are pragmatic, and we eat our own dog food. We try to make it simple and effective, just as it should be.
Object persistence and full text search services for your POJOs. No more DAO plumbing, all you need to worry about is your Domain Objects. Direct support for Hibernate and Compass.
Users & Roles
First-class support for roles and users. Authentication, user management, GUI profiling... Woko makes it easy, and most importantly, makes it meaningful !
Woko uses a unique, dynamic and powerful approach for automagically rendering your POJOs. It can render any object by default (read or write), and lets you customize everything at will.
Modular & Open
JavaBeans, Maven, Servlet, JSP, JPA... Woko relies on Open standards and technologies. Almost everything in Woko can be customized, or even replaced. We don't try to vendor-lock anyone.
Works fine in any IDE. Command-line for handling various stuff. IntelliJ IDEA plugin. Hot-deploy of code changes. Forget about your old JEE experiences : web dev on the Java Platform can actually be productive. It can even be funky !
You need good tests in order to ship good apps.
Findr is a simple yet very powerful utility that helps to write Selenium Web Tests in a compact and effective fashion.
- Thin layer over Selenium WebDriverWait
- Enforces async-friendly tests (polling)
- Fluent, easy and enjoyable API
- Allows for reuse (composition, immutable Findrs...)
- Pure Java, extensions for Groovy
- Usable from any testing infrastructure
- WebDriver builder : easy setup
- Out-of-the-box support for JUnit
- Allows for video recording of your tests
Recursive Java Archive (jar) Tool
rjar is a command-line tool that acts like the regular
jar tool, but recursively ! It is very useful when e.g. using ear
or war files, or any other "jars of jars"...
- list jar entries recursively : all entries are displayed including entries of nested jars if any
- expand a jar recursively : expand the jar and its nested jars to the specified directory
- recreate a jar from an expanded rjar : allows to rebuild a jar with nested jars from an expanded directory structure
- graphical front-end : tree view of your jars, with regexp filtering
The best Web MVC for Java. Hands down.
It's compact, elegant, effective and fun to use. It has everything you need in order to build webapps :
- Kick-ass Data Binding & Validation
- Neat Controller model (ActionBeans)
- HTML Tag library (FORMs)
- Fully extensible
Because it doesn't have to suck !