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jBatch Suite: Visual Development for the Java API for Batch Processing/Java EE 7

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jBatch Suite: Visual Development for the Java API for Batch Processing/Java EE 7

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As many of you know, the Java API for Batch Processing (JSR 352) is one of the key APIs added in Java EE 7. The API is largely based on POJOs, annotations and some XML. As a result you can be pretty productive even without an IDE. As a Java developer, however, like me you probably enjoy the usability of modern IDEs like NetBeans and may be wondering what IDE support there is for the Java API for Batch Processing. Although Java IDEs have been very good about supporting Java EE 7 generally, none of them have had much specific support for JBatch - until now that is. Sensing a gap Gaurav Gupta has stepped up with jBatch Suite. jBatch Suite is a NetBeans plugin that allows for both UML style modelling and code generation for Java Batch. Conveniently, it is available through the NetBeans Plugin Portal Update Center (Tools > Plugins). The following video is a great overview of the basic functionality in the plugin:

Gaurav has actually put together a very nice set of video demos covering the majority of functionality in the plugin on YouTube. The NetBeans plugin website offers further details as well as download. Contributions are welcome through the java.net project for the plugin. Enjoy!

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