IBM's Project Zero

IBM has an interesting idea with Project Zero, which borrows a lot from ideas behind frameworks like Ruby on Rails: use of a dynamic scripting language (Groovy or PHP), use of a "script aware" HTML template language, and built in support for REST and AJAX.

I worked through the tutorial that uses Groovy (instead of the other supported scripting language PHP), and my first impression is that the Eclipse plugin support is well done (although color and syntax support for editing templates would be good) and the framework meets its goals: support building interactive web applications with little required knowledge of the underlying technologies.

I would be more enthusiastic about Project Zero if I were a Groovy enthusiast. For Groovy loving developers, Project Zero looks to be very useful.


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