An open-source and Java-technologies approach to Web applications
Rowe, Neil C.
Kreeger, Gary L.
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Web applications have become a critical component of the global information infrastructure. In government organizations, proprietary software is currently being replaced by open-source. This thesis explores using open-source and Java technologies to implement Web applications. A prototype of the framework was implemented for a military information site. Implementation was straightforward and performance of the prototype was excellent, demonstrating advantages in terms of reliability, portability, maintainability, and economy.
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