Fusebox and Java (J2EE Fusebox)

Although Fusebox was originally developed for the ColdFusion platform, the Fusebox architecture and FLiP methodology also make a great combination in the Java enterprise world. J2EE Fusebox (formerly known as JSP-Fusebox) brings together the benefits of Fusebox and the industrial strength of the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) platform.

Two primary goals of the J2EE Fusebox project are to create a Java implementation of Fusebox that aligns closely with the ColdFusion Fusebox standard, and to combine the benefits of Fusebox with the Java platform. JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology is similar to ColdFusion. JSP allows developers to build dynamic web applications using a combination of a powerful programming language ...

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