A
Ajax
Aspect-Oriented
 
B
Bloggers
Build Systems
ByteCode
 
C
CMS
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D
Databases
 
E
EJB Servers
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ESB
Expression Languages
 
F
Forum Soft
 
G
General Purpose
Groupware
 
H
HTML Parsers
 
I
IDEs
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J
J2EE Frameworks
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L
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M
Mail Clients
 
N
Network Clients
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O
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P
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R
RSS & RDF Tools
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S
SQL Clients
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T
Template Engines
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U
UML & Modeling
 
V
Validation
 
W
Web Frameworks
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X
XML Parsers
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Brill

The Brill Framework is an open source framework for developing transactional web sites using Java and XHTML. The Brill Framework was developed by Chris Bulcock, as a result of becoming frustrated with frameworks such as Apache Struts, which depends on Java Server Pages. The objective was to develop a framework that is simple, that supports WYSIWYG page editing and does not require Java code or special tags within the Server Pages.

 
CategoryWeb Frameworks
LicenseGNU Library or Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
HomePagehttp://www.brillframework.org/fwwebapp/Home.html





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