Unleash the Power of Component Reuse
is a standards based solution for assembling custom Web, B2B, and other
applications from reusable components. Its visual authoring approach
accelerates the development of fully distributed enterprise applications,
enabling even non-Java developers to assemble
J2EE, JSP, servlet, and applet based components.
conventional approaches, AppComposer can be used by anyone familiar with
Web applications. Both Java and non-Java programmers, including users
of C, C++, Visual Basic, Perl, PHP, and even non-programmers can build,
customize, and modify server and client-side Java applications. AppComposer
insulates users from the complexities of Java by allowing visual application
assembly without manual coding, while providing full access to the power
and flexibility of Java, J2EE, and Web services technologies.
reduced development cycles in application development and assembly
non-Java professionals to create Java applications
build and deploy applications with no proprietary lock-in
development, integration, and maintenance costs
of complex "hard coded" component gluing and Java programming
existing components and Web services, making applications more robust
effectiveness of your development staff
provides real-time feedback on application changes by allowing modifications
to be performed while the application is running, even with Web services,
Servlets, and JSP. Evaluate design alternatives interactively and catch
errors before they grow into big problems.
debugging for running and testing applications in real time. Single-step
through server-side web applications and client-side programs, set watch
variables and breakpoints, examine program data, and identify runtime
and compile time errors.
to standard J2EE Application Servers, including IBM WebSphere, BEA
WebLogic, and JBoss.
solution includes built-in web application server, JSP compiler, and
relational database (HSQL) for out-of-the-box development. You can build
and run complex distributed enterprise applications within minutes of
based solution does not impose any requirements on applications, other
than those of well behaved components and use of accepted Java standards.
pre-built components for integrating server- and client-side Java
components and data connectivity.
to the free version, DigiSlice offers an Enterprise Edition that
adds support for the following:
Support - AppComposer works directly with live web services, enabling
quick development of applications that need to connect to web services.
EJBs (Enterprise JavaBeans) - Users can easily connect to running
EJBs that reside on servers either remotely or locally without having
to understand how to connect to the EJB or how to manage EJB instances
from the client.
of EJBs - Includes support for creating EJB 1.1 and 2.0 stateful session
beans (with and without session synchronization), stateless session beans,
and message driven beans.
DigiSlice sales for pricing information for the Enterprise Edition.
A 60 day trial license for the Enterprise Edition can be downloaded
SPECIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
and RAM recommendations
workstations with at least 512MB of physical memory
- 1.3 minimum,
and Deployment Platforms
(NT, 2000, XP)
(RedHat 7.2 or Mandrake 9 or higher)
OSX (10.2.4 with JDK 1.4)
8 and higher (x86 and SPARC)
- IBM WebSphere
- BEA WebLogic
- IBM DB2
- and many
others that have JDBC drivers available