equanda is an tool to generate a J2EE application based on a XML description of the data and constraints. It generates the access objects, a powerful base user interfaces (with help for more powerful stuff) and support for web services with versioning.
equanda 0.9.4 has been released.
Full release notes can be found at
http://jira.equanda.org/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?version=10031&styleName=Html&projectId=10000&Create=Create... read more
equanda 0.9.2 has been released. Most important changes :
For the equanda-tapestry5 module
- TreeTable component added
- TextField component which does an ajax call using the field value as parameter when the textfield is modified, allow a zone to be updated. WHen used in combination with the autocomplete component, you can have help while typing the value, and have more info displayed when the field data is entered.
- JSPagedLoop does not flash on load and is now faster
- Tabs component can now remember state (using either cookie or persistent state)
- the updated demo is available at http://app.spoon-it.be/t5example/... read more
The equanda project has released a new version.
equanda is a an open source framework which allows generation of a base JEE application, including DAO layer and tapestry5 based user interface from a domain model. The DAO layer uses a EJB3 backend with possibility for powerful declarative constraints and added programmatic constraints. The user interface is component based and allows extensive customizations and re-use of components for custom pages. The project also contains a generic reusable set of tapestry components and general utility code.... read more
equanda, a open source project to generate a JEE application based on a domain model, has released version 0.9.
equanda generates the EJB3 access objects with possibility for powerful declarative constraints and added programmatic constraints.
equanda also generates a tapestry5 based user interface with powerful options for customizations.
All this (and quite a few other bots and pieces) are generated at compile time from a XML description of the data and constraints. The customizations remain intact in the generation process.... read more