JBizMo

Powerful generator for Java applications (JPA, Java EE...)

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JBizMo supports building of JavaFX, Eclipse RCP, Eclipse RAP, Swing, JSF (Primefaces) and Vaadin applications. The generated applications can run in a stand-alone mode or they can be deployed on a Java EE server (JBoss 8, GlassFish 4). Alternatively, the Spring platform is also supported!
JBizMo applications use JPA in order to access the target database. The plug-in contains a graphical editor for designing the domain model.

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Features

  • Graphical domain editor based on Eclipse GMF
  • Powerful runtime libraries
  • Generation of full application stack including full-featured Eclipse RCP, Eclipse RAP, Swing and JSF clients
  • JPA and SQL query editor included
  • Tested on JBoss 7 and Glassfish v3
  • Support for MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, Apache Derby and MS SQL server databases
  • Full I18N support for all client technologies
  • Eclipse RCP, Eclipse RAP and Swing applications can run in a local mode (without application server)
  • Use our update site http://jbizmo.sourceforge.net/eclipse/ to install JBizMo including all dependencies
  • Import & export of data can be modelled and generated (XML, CSV and Excel)

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    Where can I find the tutorial for JBizMo?

    Posted 08/27/2013
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Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Eclipse

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2010-09-22
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