This is a list of frameworks and other projects that can be used with the Laszlo platform. Also see Laszlo Applications for a list of applications written using the OpenLaszlo platform, Code Libraries for libraries that can be used in OpenLaszlo applications, and MyLaszlo Directory for a list of applications (and other files) hosted on MyLaszlo.com.
Laszlo on Rails
OpenLaszlo Rails plugin: http://laszlo-plugin.rubyforge.org.
So, I have decided to marry the ultimate presentation framework with the hottest web application framework (and hottest programming language), thus spawning: Laszlo on Rails. Of course, I am a newbie on all 3 counts, but with your help I think we can make it! More information at http://groups.google.com/group/laszlo-on-rails. Best, Mike Pence
External Link: https://lps4biz.dev.java.net/
This project provides a set of tools that ease the development of OFBiz applications. The tools includes a template driven generator that generates Java sources as well as Flash UI components from OFBiz entity definition (XML). The generator exploits the entity patterns used in the OFBiz project. The UI components are target for the Laszlo Presentation Server.
As a proof-of-concept we have integrated Laszlo Presentation Server as a NetKernel accessor. It can be used to compile Laszlo's LZX semi-declarative XML code to Flash web-applications. It is quite powerful to use NetKernel processes to dynamically generate the LZX.
RIFE/Laszlo is a ready-to-run source distribution and file structure that allows you to get started with a new OpenLaszlo application with RIFE in less then 2 minutes. Typically, all that you have to do is unzip the archive, open the project file in you favourite IDE and run the application. Thanks to RIFE's and Laszlo's dynamic development model, you rarely have to restart and are able to gradually implement your application in an iterative manner.
This technology combines the rich controls of OpenLaszlo with the client-side "model-view-controller" architecture of FacesClient components by enabling OpenLaszlo applications to participate in client-side data sharing. Development of Web applications using Faces for Laszlo is made possible through a JSF/JSP (JavaTM Server Faces/Java Server Pages) custom tag library and results in a rich user experience on the browser that looks and feels like a native application.
This technology is part of the Emerging Technologies Toolkit (ETTK), a special collection of emerging technologies from IBM's software development and research labs.