OOP-ResearchMake It Simpler by Object Oriented Programming

Java API and articles for Apache Tomcat, JSP/Servlet, EJB, JDBC, JavaMail, XML and Java Swing GUI

OOP-Research is a Java API/tool designer for Java programming. With our Java API, your JSP/Servlet can easily use JDBC and JavaMail API. And you can write Java Swing GUI into XML.
In addition, many worth reading articles and source code examples are also available on our web site. They are related with Apache Tomcat, JSP/Servlet, EJB, XML, JDBC, JavaMail and Java Swing GUI.

This page describes about the mission of OOP-Research.

About OOP-Research

After Sun Microsystems, Inc. released Java(TM), the software developers in the Internet community get the freedom of programing. And, in addition to the great number of the enthusiastic individuals, the leading computer companies in the world (including Sun Microsystems Inc., IBM, Inc. and Bull S.A.) have contributed their precious resources to the open source projects like Apache and ObjectWeb. Based on these enthusiastic efforts, there are many beneficial technology available, such as XML, EJB, Servlets and JSP.
Our mission is to make these technology available to your hand. In the Object Oriented Programming (OOP for short) using Java(TM), you can build up your system from pre-defined Java components rather than from scratch. OOP-Research has developed many useful pre-defined Java components for you. Take the full advantage of the OOP and make your life easier by the products from OOP-Research.

Happy Java programming!

Best regards,

OOP-Research Corporation
President/Chief Evangelist: Jun Inamori

2-24-7 Shinsenri-Kitamachi, Toyonaka
Osaka 560-0081, Japan
TEL/FAX: 81-6-6873-7010

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All the APIs for Servlet/JSP introduced by this web site are now included in Bento framework:
  • Simpler than JSTL or Apache Struts
  • MVC framework by HTML
  • Input validation from CGI FORM
  • Easy user authentication
  • Easy localization (L10n)
To download the APIs and source code examples, please visit the web site of Bento framework.

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