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JAVA Distributed and Web Development Expertise

The JAVA platform is one of the most common technologies that companies worldwide adopt for software development because it allows you to write multi-platform, general purpose, robust and portable applications.

The JAVA platform can speed up development because it is supported by numerous libraries most of which are in turn supported by the open source community. This is why we recommend considering the usage of such libraries like GWT, Spring, JSF, and Hibernate, among others.

Creating distributed applications that run on the Internet is not a trivial task. There are many complexities that make this a challenging mission. For example, security is one of the top concerns since a distributed application has several entry points that represent a potential risk of attack. Also, Web Applications, a client/server distributed application, presents many difficulties when trying to manage state between round trips and the disconnected nature of HTTP.

Fortunately, we at TRUEXTEND have engineers with extensive experience in distributed and web development who can help you build your application using the appropriate architecture, frameworks and libraries.

We have used different presentation technologies like GWT, JSP, JSF and Velocity, among others, that allow us to create advanced dynamic web pages, integrated with XML, JSON and that could be rendered properly in all the popular desktop browsers as well as mobile devices like iOS iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android, Blackberry and Windows Mobile.

We know that it is extremely important to maintain consistency and separation between the logic layers of the application, and we promote the usage of libraries such as Spring to take advantage of the low decoupling techniques and patterns it provides, like dependency injection.

Enterprise applications need fast and reliable responses to map and persist data. JPA and Hibernate are ORM (Object Relational Mapping) frameworks that provide tools to handle all relational database operations on the application’s data through a domain model approach.