goRESTful

Take the schema or model of an existing application, and turn it into a multi-tier application, complete with a UI, model-view-controller layer, and data-access-object layer. Supports Java and ASP.NET/C#

High-Level Features

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Automated Architecture Refactor

More than likely, the application you're rewriting has an architecture and design that won’t scale or is a burden to support. goRESTful creates a loosely-coupled, layered application that realizes many of today’s best design patterns.

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Technology Stack Options

Choose from a growing list of tech stacks:

  • AWS Lambda
  • Google Functions
  • Spring
  • ASP.NET
  • Spark Microframework
  • Apache Struts
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Language Rewrite

goRESTful is perfect when you need to rewrite obsolete or poorly-supported languages. By targeting Javascript, Java and C#, the migrated application leverages some of today’s most relevant software languages, with new languages in the works.

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Corporate Standards Inclusion

Our technology stacks exist as a pre-packaged set of templates, allowing for easy enhancement, modification and extension. The addition of corporate standards, such as UI/UX, color palettes, security and more are simply introduced via templates.

Articles of Interest

  • Six Strategies for Migrating Applications to the Cloud

    This post outlines 6 different migration strategies we see customers implement to migrate applications to the cloud. These strategies build upon the 5 R’s that Gartner outlined... Read more...

  • Refactor vs. Lift-and-Shift vs. Containers

    When migrating applications to the cloud, most enterprises focus on two approaches: 1) Lift-and-shift: a direct port of the application with minimal code modifications. 2) Refactoring: customizing the application to run on a cloud platform. Read more...

  • How to Modernize Legacy Apps for Hybrid Cloud

    Many enterprises took baby steps toward the cloud just a few years ago. According to 451 Research, 34 percent of enterprises will have 60 percent or more of their applications on a cloud platform within two years. Read more...

  • Rewrites vs. Refactoring: Seventeen Essential Reads for Developers

    Refactoring is more about keeping things simple and flexible than it is about getting things right. Getting things right often involves adding new capabilities, or redesigning large sections of an app. Read more...

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