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From Argyn Kuketayev <Argyn.Kuketa...@plateau.com>
Subject RE: Web Site Construction Patterns?
Date Thu, 06 Jun 2002 18:25:24 GMT
check www.theserverside.com

they have many patterns there.

unfortunately, they are biased towards J2EE too heavily. their Web site is
build with EJBs, btw, you can feel that with it performance :)



> -----Original Message-----
> From: daniel robinson [mailto:drob@dnai.com]
> Sent: Thursday, June 06, 2002 1:54 PM
> To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
> Subject: Web Site Construction Patterns?
> 
> 
> All,
> 
> I hope this is the right place for this topic,  Please let me know if
> not.
> 
> I have just completed a basic framework (high-level) for a 
> Website that
> I am working on.  I am an experienced programmer but this is the first
> time that I have done any extensive work in 
> HTML/XML/XSLT/Servelets.  I
> am impressed by Cocoon and it seems like a great product to 
> be building
> my site with.
> 
> It occurs to me as I work on this project that there everything I am
> doing has been done before, lots of times.  Of course that is what
> Cocoon is addressing - at different levels.  I am finding 
> myself haviing
> to make many decisions as I move ahead.  Since I am a 
> complete Newbie I
> have little or no reference point for making these decisions. 
>  What I'm
> wondering is whether or not Patterns could help?
> 
> Let me give an example.  I have to have user
> sessions/authentication/permissions/profiles.  Nothing new 
> here.  I have
> even done extensive work on this in other realms.  I am 
> familiar with a
> number of Patterns for accomplishing this in my experience and I can
> plow ahead and see what works.  I know, for example, that there is
> extensive ongoing work within the Cocoon project (Sunshine?) 
> that works
> on this.  So from my experience so far with Cocoon what it 
> will mean is
> that I have to jump into a description of the features that 
> are offered
> and a descirption of how it works.  Then I will have to make 
> a decision
> to use it or not based on what I understand my requirements 
> to be.  What
> I would really like would be a mid to high level collection 
> of Patterns
> for dealing with these features and then a mapping of those Patterns
> onto what Cocoon offers and doesn't offer.
> 
> My premise is that if I could access this knowledge base it would make
> my work easier as well as serving as a guidepost for Cocoon 
> itself.  (We
> have implemented parts of x Pattern for the following reasons....)
> 
> Does anyone know of an effort to capture these sorts of 
> "Patterns of Web
> Development" in an organized manner?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Dan
> 
> 
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