There are many features that I like from Spring Roo:
The shell is very effective for constructing projects -with a helpful tab completion-
Round-trip is essential to keep the code in sync
Code generation without "unnecessary abstractions" is refreshing -although version 1.1.2 might bring some of them back- just to mention a few.
At the top of the list, I am ...
After reading the excellent article titled Saving/Retreving BLOB object in Spring MVC/Hibernate
immediately came to my mind:
How would it be the process of recreating the same example but using Spring Roo.
What would it be the similarities/differences in the projects source code.
The article assumes the Reader is a Developer with some familiarity with Spring Roo. For introductory information about Spring ...
I jumped in the Spring Roo wagon since version 1.1.0M1. The first thing I wanted to do after got used to it. It was to try typical requirements that come very often in the work of a Web Developer.
I needed a wep app to work on, so I came up with World Alamac by jD. Basically, WorldAlmanac web ...
I've seen very often a recurrent question on Spring Roo forums. The question is "How to configure the application to handle two databases".
Certainly this is a more ample question to Spring Roo only, due it involves JPA and the Spring persistence stack. So, I believe it will be of interest to all the Spring development community ...