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Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 10:12 on Friday 25 November    Add 'Further Down the Trail' site to delicious  Add 'Further Down the Trail' site to technorati  Add 'Further Down the Trail' site to digg  Add 'Further Down the Trail' site to dzone

In our last article, we got a brief introduction to Trails, a framework that aims to bring a drastic productivity increase to Java web application development. We quickly created a simple application and saw how easy it is to get started, but we didn’t have time to cover a lot of the more interesting features of Trails. To steal a great quote from Larry Wall, the inventor of Perl, Trails is designed “to make easy things easy and hard things possible.” I hope I convinced you last time that easy things are indeed easy. Now it’s time to look at some of the features that allow you to build a real application. Read the rest here.

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By now, there is a good chance you have at least heard of Ruby on Rails. For those who haven’t, Rails is a framework using the Ruby language that allows one to create database-driven web applications in a fraction of the time it would normally take. I’m not going to cover Rails in this article, as Curt Hibbs has already done a masterful job in “Rolling on Rails.” Instead, this article will focus on how we can do Rails-esque “rapid application development the right way” in Java. Read the rest here.


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