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Open Source Spring Application Generator

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Skyway is commercial open-source company and our flagship product is Skyway Builder which is Eclipse-based open source product (there is also a commercial version).

The applications we produce use the Spring framework including Spring MVC. We are a certified SpringSource Solution Partner and we�ve recently been vetted by one of the largest system integrators in the world.

The code generated by Skyway is pure Spring applications without any proprietary Skyway libraries and we support using Eclipse and Maven for builds. The Skyway Builder generation tooling also work alongside existing Spring tooling.

One notable new feature in our most recent release is Spring MVC scaffolding. Just define or import a data type, and Skyway will scaffold a fully running Spring MVC CRUD application in less than a minute.

There an online 6 minute video that demonstrates (

We believe this capability will be of great interest to both experienced and new Spring developers.

There is a ton of information available on the Skyway Community site ( I�d be very interested in getting members thoughts/feedback on our capabilities.

Let me know if you are interested in learning more.
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