Opensource project aiming to provide a new way to build quickly rich and 3-tier IT applications:

Based on Eclipse 4.15 (03/2020), Adichatz provides plugins designed for building simple or complex data-driven applications in Eclipse 4 RCP in front of an Application Server or in JSE context.

  • Component driven development combined with OSGi architecture ensures efficiency, flexibility and maintainability.
  • Easy to learn and to use, the framework is intended to every developer without particular skills.
  • Reduce IT risk factors by cutting down development costs and completion time.

In 2 minutes, create your first JEE Eclipse Application and then customize it.

  • Create a RCP application linked to an application server (Wildfly or Jboss), providing navigators, editors and outline parts to query and manipulate objects of the database schema in less than 2 minutes.
  • Queries can be customized and stored by end-users.
  • Runtime and Development environments communicate together in order to ensure that modifications can be quickly tested without quitting application.
  • Databinding, lazy loading, validation process, locks management, dirty status, and consistency are ensured by Databinding Service.
  • Swaps with server-side are optimized thanks to the internal Application Data Cache.

Adichatz provides tools to ensure ease of use and to propose a component-based approach for recursive developments.

  • Easy to use: Any developer can take the product in hand without particular skills.
  • Recursivity: Much of the work could be done in recursive and customizable batches.
  • Rich and flexible: All Adichatz components are extensible and reusable.
  • Productivity booster: Components assembly ensures efficiency and robustness.
  • Standard: Use standard and leader technologies : OSGi compliant, Java, Hibernate…
  • CSS Themes can be defined for styling your application.
  • Testing: Build quickly and easily UI test with Adichatz testing solution.

Many other features exist. Go into this website to discover them.