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Xydra is a generic, embeddable application data model that runs

  • seamlessly in Java (makes testing easy),
  • on Google AppEngine (GAE/J), and also via
  • Google Web Toolkit (GWT) as JavaScript in a browser.

Xydra Features

  • Persistence (currently: in-memory, in GAE data store)
  • Events (for all added, removed, or changed entites)
  • Commands (which can be serialized, too)
  • Transactions (over as many entities as you like)
  • Versioning (including a full change log)
  • Access Rights Management (with powerful resources hierarchies and nested user groups)
  • Synchronisation of state between client and server (in strict or relaxed mode)

Who needs Xydra?

  • Web developers who build rich web clients using GWT,
  • Cloud application developers who use Google AppEngine and need versioning of data and/or access rights,
  • Social application developers who need to sync several clients (in GWT or Java) on the same set of data,
  • Or developers needing all of that.

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Projects that can be used without Xydra

These projects have no dependency to any Xydra component. They are used by Xydra, but they don't depend on Xydra.

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