Alexander Snaps and I were asked a few moments ago to do a emergency step-in Monday morning at Devoxx because Mike Keith will not be able to make it.
I often have small pieces of information or thoughts I want to blog about but never get around to do it.
Devoxx, the show formerly known as JavaPolis is coming up soon and while I was preparing for my talks I started browsing the full program and saw it is going to be great for anyone interested in Hibernate, Seam, JBoss Tools, JBoss AS and other JBoss technologies.
Have you ever had an idea on how some web or desktop UI should look and needed to tell someone about ? Your text explanations would be misunderstood or you were just too lazy to even write it down or use any of the many useless expensive tool to make it ?
JBoss Developer Studio 2 Beta is now freely available if you go through the registration form on this page.
JBoss Tools 3 Beta1 was built and made available on Halloween night.
The Seam distribution includes a tool named seam-gen to help you get started quickly using Seam. The tool collects information from you about your project and then uses that information to create a project structure. It can also generate a CRUD application by reverse engineering your database schema and generate various forms of stub code. In this entry, you'll learn how to get the generated project setup in Eclipse so that you can leverage the available tooling.
Today we are releasing JBoss Tools 3 Alpha1!