Monday, December 3, 2007

Project Zero from IBM

I have been working with a Framework from IBM called Project Zero. This seems to be an interesting framework which is soon going to be a part of IBMs WebSphere Portfolio. Although still in its development stage, it seems very promising for speed and agile development. This is what their website definition says:

Zero complexity. Zero overhead. Zero obstacles.
Project Zero, an IBM incubator project, is an agile development and execution environment which leverages REST and scripting runtimes to speed and simplify development and deployment of dynamic Web applications. Project Zero includes a scripting runtime for Groovy and PHP with application programming interfaces optimized for producing REST-style services, integration mash-ups and rich Web interfaces.

Project Zero is now being developed openly using a Community-Driven Commercial Development process. That is where you come in, so welcome!

Watch back as I would be posting some more information about this platform.

Cheers,
Naveen...

1 comment:

tech-keys said...

hi this is good news for me
can you give me more info about WebSphere Tech