Vince has created software for a number of customers, ranging from small to fortune 100 companies. Software includes enterprise systems and platforms, web applications, and commercial software. These systems are used by thousands of users and are based on the OA tools and libraries. Recent projects using OA include:
BASF, Coke, Sylvania, Orkin, GA Pacific, Burger King, US Air Force, Department of Defense (DOD), GE Capital, GE Computer Services, Banks, ReckonUp Software, SciHealth, Norcron, Global Objects, Blimpie, Old Castle, Mohawk Carpets, Milliken Carpets, Grizzard Advertising, Nevins Marking, Motivational Technologies, VetPlan, Motts, Concrete Designs, VetJobs, Baudville, Ciba Giegy, Kimberly Clark, Zep Manufacturing, NSI, Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Hospitals and Medical practices, and others.
ViaOA was started by Vince Via in 1999 and builds software development tools and full stack applications, specializing in Java and web technologies. Using OA, sophisticated applications can be created in less time then most prototypes are created. By using a model driven approach, combined with custom code generation, a full application is able to be created using various technologies and frameworks. This includes the database structures (DDL), model/view/control, server, webserver/rest/webservices/etc, messaging, distributed, secure systems.
Use OABuilder to design a model that defines your data structures, relations, datasources, access/security, formulas, triggers, filters, (remote) methods, UI, etc.
OABuilder uses a combination of templates and custom code generation to produce a fully working system from your Model.
We can help you create a working system in less time then most designs and prototypes are done.contact us ...
In 1999, OA was started as a tool to automate DB access with Java, creating an ORM (object relational mapping) tool. I then created the OABuilder visual designer to create DB/Object models, and generate DDL and Java classes. ... more
This soon expanded to creating data/object bound UI components, and grew into the observable OAObject and Hub Collection classes that could be used to form master/detail and other object/collection relationships, along with object queries and real time filtering.
The next stage was to have the shared objects to be automatically updated across servers. This ended up creating the OASync - communication, remoting, serialization packages, and allowed for
The code generation continued to progress and added template based generation. The amount of patterns that were exposed over time & projects using OA ended up being a nicely organized way for building any application. The last code gen challenge was the UI generator, which now allows us generate a full UI from a model.
Moving forward, OABuilder continues to include code gen for other frameworks and platforms.
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