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RoR-like Java framework?

 
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Hello there,

this is my very first post, so I hope posting in the right section.

I'm currently getting into RoR, so I was just wondering why there isn't any so automated framework like Ruby on Rails, according to Java.


First of all, is there anything similar? I don't think so.
Any answer would be appreciated.

Disclaimer: by the word "similar", I emphasize to the automation that the framework itself provides to the developer: fully structured app generation, for example.


 
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Closest would be, I believe, Grails or the Play! Framework.
 
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Maybe it's worth to take a look at Spring Roo and/or Apache Isis.
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Closest would be, I believe, Grails or the Play! Framework.



I didn't know that the Play! framework provided such functionality, thanks a lot!
 
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Joachim Rohde wrote:Maybe it's worth to take a look at Spring Roo and/or Apache Isis.



It's the first time that I hear about both, so, thanks, I'll surely check them out!
 
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