Wednesday 30th March, 2016
4:40pm to 5:45pm
Most modern applications will have multiple user interfaces, each interfacing with a common service layer. Often these applications need the ability to scale to load dynamically. The twelve-factor app methodology is one common strategy to building scalable applications, but traditional Java frameworks don’t fit this model very well.
If you want a scalable, service-oriented application supporting a modern UI framework, what framework should you choose?
In this session you will be introduced to several frameworks that fit the following requirements:
* Released under an OSI-approved open source license.
* Should be quick to get a project off the ground and produce prototypes.
* Needs to integrate into a container such as Heroku or Docker for easier deployment.
* Painlessly supports service-oriented and microservice architecture.
* Must support the Twelve-Factor App methodology.
We will compare code between each frameworks and explore pros and cons to help you select the right framework for your specific situation.
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