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Java Servlets Get a New Lease on Life
Java Servlets Get a New Lease on Life

(June 2, 2003) - The Droplets platform now fully supports Java Servlets technology, allowing J2EE business logic in Servlets as well as EJBs to be upgraded with real-time, win32-style graphical user interface front-ends, while requiring little or no change to an application's existing business logic.

Droplets integrates seamlessly with the J2EE architecture as a technology for the View layer. Until recently, Servlets have been presented to end-users primarily through HTML-based Web interfaces, a once popular but now increasingly critiqued approach, due to their limited user interface capabilities and poor network efficiency. Using this latest enhancement to the Droplets platform, a customer recently replaced an HTML front-end to one of its mission-critical applications with a rich, real-time Droplets user interface without having to change a single one of the hundreds of thousands of lines of pre-existing Servlet, utility class, and EJB code.

Droplets will also soon release of Droplets 3.0, the latest incarnation of its User Interface Server and SDK. It will include full client-side support of Mac OS X, server-side support of HP-UX, and a future release will also include a COBOL API for legacy applications. Droplets currently supports Java and C++ APIs, Linux, Microsoft Windows NT/2000 and Sun Solaris server operating systems, Linux and Windows for desktop, as well as a variety of mobile device platforms. The Droplets UI Server is compatible with the leading J2EE application servers, such as IBM WebSphere, Sun ONE Application Server and Oracle9i AS.

For more on the Droplets User Interface Server and SDK, and to request a trial evaluation license, visit www.droplets.com/product/.

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