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What is Roo???

 
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I beg pardon for the lack of knowledge...but would like to know what is Roo.. is it an additional feature in Spring or something else? Can i get some references where i can read about it?
 
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Anurag Verma wrote:I beg pardon for the lack of knowledge...but would like to know what is Roo.. is it an additional feature in Spring or something else? Can i get some references where i can read about it?



Anurag,

There is a lot of literature about it. You can download our first chapter for free at Manning's Spring Roo in Action page, which goes through what Roo is for. Also, take a look at the project home page, which references a lot of source literature, including the user guide, which is also pretty good at pointing out the basics, as well as a video or two, Roo in 15 minutes, and more.

It's basically a tool that allows you to create and update a project with features without hand-wiring them yourself. For example, it sets up JPA, Web MVC, etc...

Ken
 
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