< Tagger Cat™/>

Tagger Cat is a Visual Model Driven Java Application Framework for rapidly building Business applications.
  • Build it faster, Build it better.
  • Build it faster, Build it better.
  • Build it faster, Build it better.
  • Build it faster, Build it better.
  • Build it faster, Build it better.
  • Build it faster, Build it better.
  • Build it faster, Build it better.

 

Perfect with a cup of Java

The videos here range from installation and getting started, to building a complete application from end to end.

Please get yourself a big cup of your favorite beverage, sit back, and check them out.

Name Description
App Build Part 1 Building an Application driven from the physical model and metadata definitions
App Build Part 2 Building out the application pages
App Build Part 3 Adding more pages, and conditional page navigations
App Build Part 4 Create Master - Detail pages, and adding declarative business logic
Declarative Security Adding declarative security to the application - and automatically enabled action and form elements.
Tagger Details A demo of using the Dreamweaver Tagger extension and its metadata access
Ajax Validations Using universal Ajax field validations - eliminating client side JS validation code
Data model changes Making data model changes, and surfacing changes into the client tier
Conditional Actions Making action elements conditional
Change History Plugging in the Change History model for tracking who changed what data, and when
Custom Code Adding custom action code
RESTFUL URLs Enabling RESTFUL URLs and Bookmarkable URLs
Rhino Scripting Using Rhino JavaScript for declarative business logic
Template Details Details behind the JSP based templates
Template Tag Library Details behind the template tag library, and reading the application metadata
Advanced Templates Templates that define multiple regions, and mutli-value parameters
End User Defined Pages Using templates at runtime and End User defined pages
Tagger Cat Setup A step by step guide to installing Tagger Cat, and configuring Hibernate and Eclipse