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Apache Today PR: Open Standards Application Development Framework Brews Third Major Release

Mar 19, 2001, 22:22 (0 Talkback[s])

"Jcorporate Ltd., the leader in open standards based enterprise Java web components, today announced a major new release of the Expresso Framework, version 3.0, its latest contribution to the Java development community. Expresso has more than 30,000 downloads and has a large active listserv of over 2700 members strong. Release 3.0 provides many new features and enhancements, resulting in a more powerful and flexible foundation for rapid development of robust and feature-rich web applications...."

"Expresso has been designed around shared industry open standard solutions such as those created by Sun Microsystems, IBM, and the Apache Software Foundation. By leveraging open standards such as Java, JSP, XML, EJB, J2EE, and Log4J, Jcorporate empowers businesses to design and implement unique, adaptable, and unrestricted solutions that are independent of platforms and application servers. The open source Expresso Framework is an open industry environment designed using using Java technologies to offer businesses the greatest flexibility in building component-based, distributed, scalable solutions to build web applications. Expresso is a foundation set of reusable, standards-based software components designed to shorten time-to-delivery of Web-based, business transactional applications."

"Expresso provides standard Web application functionality such as configuration management, security, Object-relational mapping, database connection pooling, email connectivity, job control, logging, event notification, caching, internationalization, automatic form generation for database maintenance, and its new JSP tag library for accelerating GUI development."

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