Roo Case Study
We've published our first Spring Roo case study.
This case study explores how TomTom - a leading global provider of location and navigation solutions to over 45 million people daily - used Spring Roo to cut development time by at least 50% and achieve more functionality, business-side confidence and developer experience.
You can read the case study here. If you're getting good results with Roo and would also be willing to participate in a case study, please contact me.
Thanks to TomTom for participating.
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It seems Roo is getting traction pretty quick...
The Case Study it is very interesting.
I wonder if there is a link of the web app referred in cs available.
We fixed the broken PDF link. The CMS deleted it for an unknown reason. It's uploaded again (with a new PDF URL) and works: http://www.springsource.org/node/3001
The cs pdf is mentioning a web app implemented using Roo...
Is the link of new web available?
Interesting case study !!
I am glad you find the CS useful!
@delgad9, I can supply only logging page link: https://roadreport.tomtom.com. To explore further you should contact our licensing department (or me and I will forward the request)
Also I can reveal that amongst the clients of this app is a Dutch national TV channel: http://twitpic.com/42hnzk
I'm very glad to see a Spring Roo (SR) web application in production...
Looking into your login page code it seems that you totally replaced Web MVC tagx client side library and added JQuery too.
I am using JQuery alot in my projects too. But I've found a way for making tagx lib and JQuery coexist in a synergistic way.
You can visit my blog site for a complete description of my SR apps ecosystem @ http://pragmatikroo.blogspot.com/.
Congratulations and B. Roogards