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Who's using Javalin? #18

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tipsy opened this issue Sep 6, 2018 · 37 comments
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Who's using Javalin? #18

tipsy opened this issue Sep 6, 2018 · 37 comments

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tipsy commented Sep 6, 2018

I added a "Who's using Javalin?" section on the webpage. The initial list is based on publicly available information from GitHub/Gitlab, Maven, and user websites.

If you want your company added to the list, please comment on this issue.

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tipsy commented Nov 16, 2018

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tipsy commented Nov 28, 2018

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appurist commented Jan 8, 2019

We're considering using Javalin for one of our projects. Is there a discussion area anywhere (e.g. Discord, Slack) for Javalin? (Not sure I can reveal more here.)

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tipsy commented Jan 8, 2019

Yes, we have a gitter channel: https://gitter.im/javalin-io/general

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appurist commented Jan 8, 2019

Thanks, I've joined.

Also, I can probably say for this discussion that I'm a defence contractor working for the Canadian Navy and hoping to use Javalin for the server-side implementation of a fairly complex Java server providing a REST API.

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tipsy commented Jan 8, 2019

Cool, let me know if you end up using it!

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tipsy commented May 10, 2019

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tipsy commented May 10, 2019

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revanthpobala commented Jun 16, 2019

We at Express Scripts ( https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Express_Scripts) use javalin.

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tipsy commented Jun 16, 2019

Thanks, will add soon! Any public repos?
Edit: Added!

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revanthpobala commented Jun 16, 2019

Nope. We use it internally for our Backend services.

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tipsy commented Jun 16, 2019

Okay, thanks for letting me know!

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appurist commented Jun 16, 2019

FYI, we did end up using it for our defense project that I mentioned above (Ansible network control REST+websocket service), and one of us is also using it for a personal project. He reports that the improvements in Javalin 2.0 3.0 are very welcome and tend to address things he has had to code separately in the past. i.e. We should be able to have more generic handling of the calls, reduce and simplify our server side code. Thanks for the improvements and we're definitely all-in on Javalin for that project and any new Java-based server-side projects.

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tipsy commented Jun 16, 2019

Thanks for the update @appurist !

He reports that the improvements in Javalin 2.0 are very welcome and tend to address things he has had to code separately in the past.

Do you mean Javalin 3.0 (which was just released), or are you one version behind?

Thanks for the improvements and we're definitely all-in on Javalin for that project and any new Java-based server-side projects.

Thanks, very happy to hear that!

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appurist commented Jun 16, 2019

@tipsy Sorry yes, Javalin 3.0! 😁 In particular the validation stuff, but loving all of the improvements!

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jehugaleahsa commented Jul 17, 2019

Just upgraded my MVC wrapper to 3.1.0. Loving the simplified SPA and OpenAPI support. I just made my MVC wrapper open source on GitHub, so I thought I would share: https://github.com/jehugaleahsa/javalin-mvc. Very much in its early stages but already using on several personal projects and trying to get some projects going at work using it. I'll update once we're there. Would love feedback on my MVC project.

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tipsy commented Jul 19, 2019

@jehugaleahsa I think you might be interested in https://dinject.io/docs/javalin, seems to be a similar approach.

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jehugaleahsa commented Jul 19, 2019

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JoaaoVerona commented Nov 10, 2019

Skiley (https://skiley.net), one of my projects (currently at ~25k users) uses it.

Also, taking a moment to thank you for your efforts on Sparkjava and Javalin! :)

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tipsy commented Nov 14, 2019

thank you for your efforts on Sparkjava and Javalin! :)

Thanks @BloodShura, you're very welcome. You're project looks nice, but I think it's a bit small for showcasing at the moment. Let me know when it grows :)

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tipsy commented Dec 21, 2019

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TareqK commented Oct 14, 2020

OpenMyMed (for access.md) https://github.com/openmymed/access.md

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tipsy commented Oct 15, 2020

@TareqK I'm a big fan of the spirit of your project, but I think it's too small for showcasing 🤔

A google search for openmymed gives me fashion related results.

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cubiak commented Mar 27, 2021

I added a "Who's using Javalin?" section on the webpage. The initial list is based on publicly available information from GitHub/Gitlab, Maven, and user websites.

If you want your company added to the list, please comment on this issue.

Apexar Technologies use javalin in healthcare Biotrend Koala Cloud.
apexar.com / biotrend.com.ar

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khi195 commented Jun 26, 2021

Hi @tipsy ,

we are using Javalin for a number of internal service. we are fintech company which provides a full stack trading platform to companies including some of the world's biggest investment banks.

Please read our website: https://www.celer-tech.com/
and also an overview of the company by our CEO at the Macquarie technology summit.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nflv3dDKXEw

If you would like further information please let me know.

Kind regards

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tipsy commented Jun 26, 2021

Thanks @khi195, I've added Celer's logo now!

@cubiak thank you too, I've also included Apexar's logo :)

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josephdicarlo1 commented Jul 12, 2021

Hey @tipsy , we're using Javalin at Carilion Clinic (https://github.com/carilion) as the core of the framework we built for an internal application. It has been in production for a few months now and is a critical part of ~40 users' daily workflow, with that number expanding to 200+ with our next major release. Thanks for all that you do, we really enjoy using Javalin :)

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tipsy commented Jul 12, 2021

That's great to hear @josephdicarlo1, I'll get your logo up after my holidays :)

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tipsy commented Jul 23, 2021

https://verve.com/

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Patrity commented Oct 17, 2021

@tipsy We are proud to be using Javalin at SafeMoon!

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TobiasGrether commented Feb 28, 2022

Using Javalin for all our internal APIs at https://nethergames.org, which powers over 3 million players. Works really well, good job! Logo could be found here

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murilommen commented Aug 9, 2022

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tipsy commented Aug 13, 2022

Cool stuff @murilommen ! I'll have a look at both you and @TobiasGrether's logos after 5.0 is out.

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