Top 10 Java Frameworks That Developers Need To Know About

by Ken Miller Tech Writer
There are quite a number of Java frameworks that are available today. Developers use these frameworks to build websites whenever they are needed. These frameworks come up with a series of functions as well as value added features that are specially designed to reduce the working hours by a significant extent. These frameworks help speeding up the coding process with the help of the functions and modules that are inbuilt into these frameworks.

Let us discuss the top 10 Java frameworks that help developers create various types of web pages in a seamless way.

Play: Play us is an extremely powerful yet lightweight open source framework that is highly effective for web development. It is adored as well as accepted by the developers all over the world, mainly because of its scalability, performance along with speed. It uses Scala along with Java programming languages. The Play comes up with a User Interface that is simple as well as intuitive. This means, the basic features are easily understandable. Again, there is no need to compile the codes in Play. All a developer needs to do is just to deploy the framework and then restart the machine. During development of the app, the new changes can be availed by simply hitting a refresh tab. These value added features save a significant amount of time during development.

Java programming solutions, java web development, Hire java developerGrails: Again, this is another type of open source framework that comes up with GROMS, Spring, Hibernate and the likes. One of the most amazing features of Grails is that it comes up with EJB or Enterprise Java Beans support. It also comes up with features that help in speedy web development without the need of any XML configuration. It also helps in creating highly robust as well as scalable applications. The framework also comes up with a number of high end ready-made modules as well as unit testing features that help in integrating this framework with several other frameworks.

GWT: GWT or Google Web Toolkit is actually a developmental framework that comes to the aide of Java developers during development and optimization of various complex browser-based applications. One extremely remarkable feature of the framework is that it helps to develop high performance web applications, even if the developers are not that expert and experienced in browser quirks.

Struts2: This particular framework, developed by Apache foundation is an open source web application framework that comes up with a series of utilities and JSP customized tag library set. The core architecture is extremely simple as well as extendible. The features of Struts 2 have a striking resemblance with that of Spring MVC with the only difference being that Struts 2 is much faster, simpler and provides a superior UI support than the Spring MVC.

Eclipse: It is another open source, multi language as well as integrated developmental framework that is specifically used to create high end client side apps. It also helps in building various native applications that run on Safari, Linux and Windows. It also has several updated features that help in deployment of desktop apps. Developers have the liberty of coding in English with the use of various languages that include SCALA, C, C++, Ruby and COBOL. Developers can use plugins to extend the functionality of Eclipse.

Spring: Spring is yet another extremely popular framework that helps creating high performance applications that are testable. It also comes up with a number of usability features for which the developers do not have to code everything and hence are free to put more emphasis on the main features of the project. One very unique feature of Spring is that it will help developers connect various components with each other and thereby provide a credible solution to a number of intricate issues. Other prominent features of Spring include support for traditional database, RDBMS along with the newly introduced NOsql, improved safety and security and optimal compatibility to mobile devices.

Vaadin: Vaadin is another Java Framework that is increasingly becoming popular amongst the developers, especially for creating modern web based applications that are appealing as well as highly effective. When it comes to structuring web user interfaces for business applications, Vaadin is the best available tool.

Wicket: This is another Java web development framework that has been recently introduced. It is an open source framework that is lightweight as well as component-based. It puts together a number of old web based applications in a new way, and thus clearly separates the roles played by the HTML page designer and Java developer through its support for normal HTML based templates that are built with the use of any WYSIWYG HTML designing tools.

ICEfaces: It is an open source RIA or Rich Internet Application development framework that is based on JavaServer Faces 2 standard. It extends the JS Faces for simplifying the development of JSP feature set by enhancing the standard. At the same time, it enhances the efficiency of the developers.

Lift: It is another free web application framework designed specifically for Scala programming language. The application comes up with the following features:

I) It is resistant to the general vulnerabilities that are customary with OWASP or Open Web Application Security Project. II) It can be built fast, it is concise and can be maintained without much problem. III) It is as interactive as a desktop application. If you are looking for Java programming solutions then consider hiring services of a company that has deep Java expertise.

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