Sculptor

Sculptor is an open source productivity tool that applies the concepts from Domain-Driven Design and Domain Specific Languages.

You express your design intent in a textual specification, from which Sculptor generates high quality Java code and configuration. You can use the concepts from Domain-Driven Design (DDD) in the textual Domain Specific Language (DSL). E.g. Service, Module, Entity, Value Object, Repository. The generated code is based on well-known frameworks, such as JPA, Hibernate, Spring Framework, Spring Web Flow, JSF, RCP, and Java EE. Sculptor takes care of the technical details, the tedious repetitive work, and let you focus on delivering more business value – and have more fun.

The DSL and the code generation drives the development and is not a one time shot. The application can be developed incrementally with an efficient round trip loop.

Sculptor is useful when developing typical enterprise or web applications that benefit from a rich and persistent domain model. Sculptor also provides a sophisticated CRUD GUI for administrative sections of the application or to serve as a scaffolding for your manually created pages.

Within 15 minutes you can go from scratch to a running application, including build scripts, Eclipse projects, domain model, JPA persistence, services, Web Flow application and much more. Thereafter you can continue by evolving the design, add manual code and regenerate.

Sculptor is not an one-size-fits-all product. Even though it is a good start for many systems, sooner or later customization is always needed. Sculptor is designed and documented with this in mind. The generated result can easily be modified to meet your needs.

http://fornax.itemis.de/confluence/display/fornax/Sculptor+%28CSC%29

JBoss Tools 3 Developer Guide

JBoss Tools 3 Developer Guide

By Anghel Leonard

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JBoss Tools consist of the best Java frameworks and technologies placed together under the same “roof.” Discovering JBoss Tools is like exploring a cave; at first everything seems unknown and complicated, but once you become familiar with the main features of the tools, you will start to feel at home.

Throughout this article, you will follow the “learning by example” technique, and you will develop a completely functional JSF application that will represent a JSF registration form as you can see in Figure 1. These kinds of forms can be seen on many sites, so it will be very useful to know how to develop them with JSF Tools.

http://www.developer.com/java/ent/article.php/3823376

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