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InfiaNet WebApp Framework

 
Scott Cosner
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I am a newer (2 years experience) Java developer, and I am proud to announce the release of the first beta version of my web application framework. I foresee that it will be good for small to medium sized projects using Java 5 and up.

The framework JAR and source is available here:
http://www.infian.net/projects/framework/beta1/

The API docs can be found here:
http://www.infian.net/projects/framework/beta1/api/

Features include:
- Implemented logging to console and files as well as the ability to fully expand it to any other type of logging
- Database connection pooling using JDBC 2.0 supporting on demand and pre-pooling options
- Fully functional database access objects and methods using the aforementioned pooling to ensure maximum availability of database resources
- Cache management system supporting on demand and pre-cacheing options

Features to come:
- Email sending support
- Email receiving capability
- Connection pool support for CallableStatements
- Connection pool support for asynchronous database updates

Feel free to fully use and test my framework. I have done my own preliminary testing, and everything seems to be working as intended. However, I am sure there is something that I have, inadvertently, missed. If there is a problem with the framework, please post about it in the Framework > Support forum on http://forum.infian.net/. For any other discussion, including adding functionality, please post in the Framework > Discussion forum.

Thank you for your support, and I look forward to your feedback.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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