This blog is about Azzyzt JEE Tools. JEE means Java Enterprise Edition, and when I say JEE, I imply version 6 and above. If all that is gibberish to you, I suggest you leave for one of the other amazing sites out there.
Azzyzt JEE Tools is a set of software tools, designed to help you (actually me, but you as well) build JEE 6 applications. The focus is currently on web services, SOAP as well as REST. At the moment Azzyzt JEE Tools are implemented as an IDE-independent core and a set of Eclipse plugins. Support for other IDEs like NetBeans or IntelliJ IDEA would be possible.
Azzyzt JEE Tools were designed and implemented by me and, more important, they were financed by my employer, the Municipiality of Vienna, Austria.
As of March 27, 2011 the code is ready to be released, legal work is done, the only thing left is to actually publish it.
I will use GitHub as hosting service for the source repository, and the code will be released under the European Union Public Licence (the "EUPL"), a license that is compatible with several other popular open source licenses, among them the Eclipse Public License and the GPLv2.
All further details will be announced on this blog soon. Until then, I suggest you have a look at my Java EE tutorial. Code generated by Azzyzt JEE Tools largely follows those patterns.