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From Jun Yang <juny...@cisco.com>
Subject Re: [J2] Status Cornerstone & Avalon
Date Tue, 16 Mar 2004 03:11:46 GMT

Scott already gave a good summary of how Cornerstone is used in J2.  As 
far as how it compares with Avalon, I am not familiar with it enough to 
say anything interesting.  What I can say is Cornerstone was is to 
alleviate the biggest pain we have seen in many previous projects: 
customization.  It is very young still and we still have a lot to figure 
out (e.g. I need to figure out how Cornerstone can help in customizing 
Pico components wired using Groovy in J2).


mail@felixguntrum.de wrote:

> hi,
> can anybody provide me some informations about the 
> cornerstone-framework and his disposal in jetspeed2?
> i took a short look at the cornerstone-docs in j2 cvs and it seems, 
> that cornerstone fits nice in j2, because cornerstone will allow "mass 
> customization" - which sounds very helpful if you develop your own 
> portal-solutionn based upon j2 framework.
> but i donĀ“t understand the difference between avalon and cornerstone. 
> both are component frameworks (?) and it sounds to me, that they are 
> having the same intention (meet the requirements for 
> framework-development, e.g.: low coupling between components, scalable 
> architecture, customize the framework, providing some tools and 
> utilities)?
> thanks in andvance,
> felix 

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