XDoclet | Java | EJBs | HTML
XDoclet is a Java-based code generation tool that allows developers to create code, documentation and other artifacts by writing custom tags in the source code of their application. XDoclet can be used to generate a variety of code and documentation, including JavaBeans, EJBs, JUnit test cases, HTML documentation, and deployment descriptors.
One of the main advantages of XDoclet is that it allows developers to maintain a single source of information about their application, rather than having to update multiple documents or files separately. By using XDoclet, developers can keep their code and documentation at the same level, which can help reduce the risk of errors and improve the overall quality of the application.
Some technologies related to XDoclet are Java, EJBs (Enterprise JavaBeans) and JUnit. Java is a programming language used to create a variety of applications, including web applications, mobile applications, and standalone software programs. EJBs are Java components used to build scalable enterprise-level applications. JUnit is a testing framework for Java that is often used in conjunction with XDoclet to create automated test cases for Java applications.
BITS experts have used XDoclet in a variety of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.