News: JGenerator 2.3 Community Edition Released
Javelin Software has released of JGenerator version 2.3 Community Edition. JGenerator is a Enterprise Software Automation tool for generating Java that conforms to J2EE design patterns. JGenerator can create, compile and deploy Beans for In-Memory, JDBC, EJB, JSP and Web Service applications.
- Posted by: Robin Sharp
- Posted on: March 12 2002 11:42 EST
Check out http://www.Javelinsoft.com/jgenerator.
New features in this release include:
Download Community Edition .
Simple In-Memory SQL.
1-tier (In-Memory) Furniture example.
2-tier (Applet) FpML example.
2-tier (Jdbc) Northwind example.
3-tier (EJB) Northwind example.
JGenerator is a powerful Enterprise Software Automation tool for generating Java that conforms to J2EE design patterns. JGenerator can create, compile and deploy Beans for In-Memory, JDBC, EJB, JSP and Web Service applications.
Information about JGenerator can be found on the web at http://www.Javelinsoft.com/jgenerator
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One great thing about this tool is that it really allows you to strap on architecture (e.g. between in-memory, JDBC, Entities (BMP/CMP))
It is good to see a tool that really works in this area.
Oh sounds great
Where can i download JGenerator ? the link provided have download links for all other stuff on that site but the not for Jgenerator
From "Download" you will see a list of the products.
Click on the top one "JGenerator" and you will see the
right hand side will change quickly.
You will see a list of things that you can download, the first being "Classes" which is the application.
Here is where you can grab the documentation, examples, etc
JGenerator CE is limited up to 5 tables though.
Why not open the product and limit on its performance such as caching ? 5 tables might be a little too restrictive to be used for development.
The really cool thing about JGenerator is that it encapsulates the developers' knowledge and experience in a code generator. It's like hiring a set of top-class contractors, except you get results much faster! And the code is ultra-consistent too.
There are some other generators on the market, but they don't even come close to what JGenerator is achieving.