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EntireJ is a Rapid Application Development (RAD) environment for building highly scalable, enterprise-class applications in RCP/RAP/JavaFX and mobile: Android / IOS. EntireJ uses powerful declarative features so that business developers can instantly create fully functional applications using any type of data persistency.
One of the main design decisions behind EntireJ was to build a development tool that gives developers the possibility to create applications without having to learn the complex programming languages used by the various client frameworks. With the help of EntireJ a developer with little java know-how can now create the following without having to learn these technologies.
• Web applications using RAP
• Desktop applications using RCP and JavaFX
• Mobile applications using the Tabris Mobile Client Framework
We are now Beta testing our EntireJ Reports tool that will give you the possibility to create reports that will run in Jasper but from your familiar EntireJ development environment. Developing reports has never been easier. If you wish to participate in the beta testing, please contact us at EntireJ
Developers can concentrate more on the business requirements rather than the technical requirements of the application, which will result in enormous savings in terms of time and money.
If you are looking for a tool that will enable you to move from an Oracle Forms environment to Java then EntireJ is perfect for you! EntireJ offers everything that you are used to in Oracle Forms and more. Download, install and contact our Support for all the information you require in moving from Oracle Forms to Java.
For more information on EntireJ visit our website or for information on installing and using EntireJ read through the helpful tutorials and reference guides: EntireJ Documentation Website
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