Title: Impala Framework
Speaker: Phil Zoio, RealSolve Ltd

This is video recording of JAVAWUG BOF 37 that took place on Tuesday 20th May 2007 in London


Finding ways to reduce complexity is the single biggest challenge facing enterprise application developers, and applying techniques for modular development is critical to this cause.

Impala is a dynamic module framework for Java enterprise application development. It builds on the Spring Framework to provide a genuinely modular, highly productive environment for web-based applications. It allows for applications which scale conceptually - that is, can grow very large without exploding in complexity.

In this talk, Phil Zoio will demonstrate Impala, showing how it can speed up kick starting and developing applications. He will also show how Impala breaks down real world obstacles to building manageable, easily configurable enterprise software.

The talk offers particular benefit to developers who have had some real world experience using the Spring Framework. Some knowledge of the Spring is assumed.


Phil Zoio is an independent Java developer and consultant, based in Suffolk in the UK. Phil is an active open source developer and writer of technical articles. As well as the creator of Impala, he is responsible for Strecks, a set of Java 5 extensions for Struts. He also writes a blog on Impala.





Produced by Peter A. Pilgrim
Java Champion,
Java EE Software Design Artist
Financial Services / IT , London, England


Founder and organiser of the JAVAWUG


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