Archive for category: Technical

Easysoa HTTP Mining Feature

30 May, 2012 (10:53) | Technical | By: Jérémie Guillemotte

The goal of HTTP Mining is to have a system allowing to replay existing service exchanges in a parameterized manner, coupled with an assertion engine. It is built on previously developped features.
General architecture of Http Mining :
The HTTP Mining feature uses several EasySOA SCA components designed to work with FraSCAti :

Run manager : Designed to [...]

A rich JS app on top of Nuxeo’s WebEngine

2 May, 2012 (14:22) | Technical | By: Marwane Kalam-Alami

While experimenting for the future EasySOA UI, we took the time to learn how rich, JavaScript-based web apps could work on top on Nuxeo. In order to do that, we worked with Nuxeo’s WebEngine, a web framework allowing to easily build JAX-RS applications, while offering a simplified access to the Nuxeo Platform features.
The result is [...]

Complex JS applications with Backbone

13 February, 2012 (13:42) | Blog, Technical | By: Marwane Kalam-Alami

While working on EasySOA, we had the opportunity to use Backbone.JS, a well-thought MVC framework that has rapidly grown into one of the most popular JavaScript projects ever (reaching for instance the top 10 most watched projects on Github as of this writing). Here is some feedback on the library, after using it for our [...]

Using an ECM solution as a service repository

31 October, 2011 (17:34) | Technical | By: Marwane Kalam-Alami

While designing EasySOA, our specific needs made us explore alternatives to the existing service repositories1. Rather than a using an existing product, we chose to build on an Enterprise Content Management platform (ECM), and here is why.
We believe that what SOA governance and registries are currently lacking is the fostering of communication between developers, architects, [...]

Git out of Merge Hell

31 August, 2011 (12:05) | Technical | By: Marc Dutoo

There’s a trend that’s like a runaway train in Open Source development : the Git distributed version control system (DVCS).
It is the kind of software that makes you scratch your head, and even before starting to work with it. I mean, it can lead you in places you never thought existed (Headless, literally ! even [...]

UI Scaffolder proxy

18 August, 2011 (17:08) | Technical | By: Jérémie Guillemotte

Goal :
The goal of this test is to generate an html form from a wsdl service definition.
How it’s works :
First of all, the transformation will be done with a xslt file. This file describes how to make the transformation. In addition, we put in this file some javascript code to make the form usable. In [...]

FraSCAty Velocity

10 August, 2011 (10:56) | Technical | By: Jérémie Guillemotte

What is Velocity :
Apache Velocity Engine is a free open-source templating engine. Velocity permits you to use a simple yet powerful template language to reference objects defined in Java code. It is written in 100% pure Java. You can find more information on the official Apache site :
Velocity and FraSCAti (or vice versa)
Velocity is [...]


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