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Pragmatic code generation with Telosys Tools 2.1

Telosys Tools (http://tools.telosys.org , https://twitter.com/telosys)
the lightweight code generator is now available in version 2.1
(http://telosys-tools.blogspot.fr/2014/04/telosys-tools-210-is-avail... )


Free and Open Source it allows to generate
fully operational web applications in few minutes.


Some new generation templates have been released targeting different environments
like Spring MVC, Spring Data, Angular JS, JPA, etc.


The tutorials are available here : https://sites.google.com/site/telosystutorial/

The Eclipse plugin is available on Eclipse Markeplace : http://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/telosys-tools

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Comment by Laurent GUERIN on April 29, 2014 at 12:52

Yes, the Telosys Tools generator works in command-line (outside of Eclipse)

So it's possible to run it everywhere  

Comment by Marcus Munzert on April 25, 2014 at 15:45

Your tool looks interesting to me. I like the idea to use an existing database schema as the input model for a code generator (there are lots of existing schemas out there ;)). Then I had a closer look at the web-pages of Telosys and was wondering whether it could be of benefit for you and for other users of Telosys if you could use the Virtual Developer Platform to let Telosys generators run there (as outlined in the following picture). I also added a blog-post to my account on "The Model Driven Software Network" where you can read a bit more about the concept.

Would it be technically easy to only use the code generator part of Telosys inside a Java program without having to use/have the other components (Eclipse plug-in, repository generator)?

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