WebObjects/Case Studies/WebObjects Sites

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The following are powered with WO by http://www.selbstdenker.ag

The following are powered by WO by Quattromultimedia.com

The following are powered by webobjects by Base Enterprise Ltd

The following are powered with WO by Learning Quest, Inc.

GroupVille is a web-based groupware system based on WebObjects:

Disney's online reservation systems

Some online short course enrolment systems built by ish [ http://www.ish.com.au ] using a common EOModel, controller classes and Enterprise objects but individualised components.

An online short course enrolment system built by ish [ http://www.ish.com.au ] for Australia's oldest University, but different to the above systems:

A theatre and event search system built by ish [ http://www.ish.com.au ] for a not-for-profit organisation:

A bug and task tracking system built by ish [ http://www.ish.com.au ]:

A supplier side survey system for Australia's largest supermarket chain built by ish [ http://www.ish.com.au ]. URL not available since this is a private site.

Don't forget Apple's sites...

Built by XPT: (Flash front end)

Powered by seat-1 Software GmbH [ http://seat-1.com ]:

You forget http://www.labo-apple.org

And also http://www.netbrackets.com March Madness Tournament pool tracker

Some GNUstepWeb (http://www.gnustepweb.org http://www.gnustep.org) powerd sites:

The following are powered with the open java platform - a WO driven content management system by the salient gmbh


The following WebObjects sites were built by Gravitate and Lindesay Electric and use the LEWOStuff Framework:

Virtual Curator is a WebObjects application by Gravitate and Lindesay Electric that the following sites are based on:

The following WebObjects sites were built by [1] and use the LEWOStuff framework:


The following sites were built with PWDA [2] a CMS built by http://primaxSTUDIO.com