What We Provide Java Development

Spring MVC Development

Mindfire Solutions provides a range of development services on Java platform with the support of our deep web application development expertise and 12+ years of Java development experience. Here are the services that we provide from our engineering centers in India.

Struts Development

Struts2 is a popular and mature web application framework based on the MVC design pattern. Struts2 is not just a new version of Struts 1, but it is a complete rewrite of the Struts architecture.The Webwork framework initially started with Struts framework as the basis and its goal was to offer an enhanced and improved framework built on Struts to make web development easier for the developers.

Hibernate Development

Hibernate is a high-performance Object/Relational persistence and query service, which is licensed under the open source GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) and is free to download. Hibernate not only takes care of the mapping from Java classes to database tables (and from Java data types to SQL data types), but also provides data query and retrieval facilities.

Jsf Development

Java Server Faces (JSF) is a Java-based web application framework intended to simplify development integration of web-based user interfaces. JavaServer Faces is a standardized display technology, which was formalized in a specification through the Java Community Process.

Vaadin Development

Vaadin makes it quick and simple to create HTML user interfaces using Java. Using a built-in selection of components, themes, data binding, and more, Vaadin is the ideal in web application development frameworks.

Grails Development

Grails is a web framework based on Groovy and Java which can be deployed into existing Java web servers, e.g., Tomcat or Jetty.Grails allows to quickly create web applications; its scaffolding capabilities let you create a new project within few minutes. Grails is based on the convention over configuration idea which allows the application to auto-wire itself based on naming schemes (instead of using configuration files, e.g, XML files).