Telosys


Telosys

Project overview

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Telosys a set of different independent subprojects :


  • *Telosys Tools* project
A code generator based on a Velocity engine working with a lightweight model itself generated from any database meta-data.

This tool offers a simple and pragmatic approach for code generation.

The Telosys Tools are provided as an Eclipse Plugin available on Eclipse MarketPlace : http://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/telosys-tools

Since version 2.0 this tool is completely independent of the Telosys Framework and can be used to generate any kind of code : Java (JPA, Struts, Spring, … ), PHP, Python, etc…

For more information see the Telosys Tools web site https://sites.google.com/site/telosystools/


  • *Telosys Framework* project
The Telosys framework is a full-stack global framework based on AJAX and standard Java EE technologies.

The version 2 of the framework is currently under construction ( “Telosys Framework NG” ).

This new version is composed of independent components :

. the Lightweight Persistence API ( LPA ) : for the persistence layer

. the Injector : for Dependency Injection

. the Web layer


  • *Telosys Monitoring* project
Lightweight monitoring tools for Java Web App created by the Telosys Team Hosted on GitHub


OW2 Telosys project home page

License Status Standards implemented
LGPL Mature AJAX
JavaEE

Project information

Community Developers Users
Telosys project home page Telosys Forge Project data sheet not yet available
Telosys mailing lists Browse Telosys source on SVN Tutorial "Telosys Tools web site"
Project lead: Laurent Guerin Project tracker not yet available

SQuAT: Software Quality Assurance and Trustworthiness

See here for a description of OW2 SQuAT programme.

FOSSology analysis Antepedia report Sonar OMM report (Open Maturity Model)
License analysis for Telosys 1.1.2 Antepedia report (CSV) for Telosys 1.1.1
Antepedia report (HTML) for Telosys 1.1.1
not yet available OMM report (PDF)

Professional

Support Case studies
Professional support for Telosys
Case study: How to migrate from Client/Server to Java/Web with Telosys


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