Sponsored by New Relic. Ashley Puls introduces three common byte code manipulation frameworks: ASM, CGLib, and Javassist, providing enough detail to get one started.
Sander Hoogendoorn shares patterns to avoid framework issues by using layered architectures, bridge patterns, managers-providers, DI, descriptors and layer super-types, including code samples.
Oliver Szymanski reviews the pros and cons of several frameworks and tools when one attempts to use them in an Agile environment.
Jim Driscoll discusses using ADFm to create and change Groovy scripts at runtime and debugging a live system with JWDP.
Sebastian Erdweg introduces SugarJ, a Java-based extensible programming framework which extends Java with closures.
Martin Thiede introduces and demoes RText, an open source textual DSL framework that can be used with almost any text editor or IDE.
Matt DeBergalis introduces Meteor and some of its components, showing how they work together to shorten the development cycle, whether you're a team of expert developers or just getting started.
Jesse Wilson introduces Dagger, a dependency injection framework for Java, covering the motivation behind its creation, examples on how to use it and some of the internal details.
Jeff Kelley introduces the Grand Central Dispatch framework for writing concurrent applications for iOS.
Owen Barnes introduces SocketStream, a Node.js framework for building single-page real-time web applications that access all of their data via WebSocket.