I am looking for some people to turn an application I developed into a public domain project. It allows anyone with the most rudimentary knowledge of Java (and I mean rudimentary) to create web based forms that work on a J2EE server.
Buttons are supported and when the user presses a button on the page the execute method for the corresponding class on the server side java code is executed. The code by way of the page name, field name and java reflection will find the correct class and method to execute. The same button can tell the page to completely load all the data on the screen to the correct classes on the server which the server side code has access to.
If anyone is interested I have a small demo project with a demo page and instructions how to install it and do some modifications and enough test classes with examples to give a good idea of what this project is.
One of the first things I would like to do is add the ability to put the HTML page through a HTML parser, add the tags and the create all the server side classes automatically.
Contact me at email@example.com
if you are interested and I will send you the package. I am also very open to any criticism as anything that can help improve this would be appreciated. It does not support tables at this moment and I am in the midst of working on this, so please don't mention that it does not support tables. I have done several tests and am deciding on the best model to support tables at this moment. If anyone has some ideas on a good way to handle tables, let me know as I would be interested.