The little open source project I've mentioned a time or two via Twitter is almost ready for release into the wild. All I have left to do is build a sample app that utilizes it and do a little more testing. BUT, I went ahead and did the documentation for it so that those who are curious can get a good feel for what the heck JBase even is.
Now, will JBase be useful to anyone beyond myself? I have no clue. But on the off chance that someone else might find it useful for something I want to make it available. I also do plan on pushing ahead with a version 2 since as I wrote up the docs I came up with a fairly long list of enhancements I want to add to it!
At the very least, working on the JBase project has given me a LOT of opportunities to refine my existing knowledge and learn a few new things as well. I've gotten to delve in depth into:
- circular dependency
- thread safety
- object decoration
- dynamic method generation
- API and class architecture
- Recursive functions
- Component self-documentation
- Component metadata traversal
- Probably lots of other cool stuff I've forgotten at the moment
Without further adieux then, you can view the docs and download the code and sample app here.
Let me know what you think! And don't hold back...roast me if you find it to be justifiable. ;)
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