Posted by Idean, Friday October 31 2003 @ 07:24PM EST
Design Pattern Toolkit is an Eclipse-enabled tool for generating applications based on customizable, model-driven architecture patterns. This tool automates the use of the best known application development practices. With Design Pattern Toolkit, an expert in the art of developing a particular class of application (such as portlet, Web service, or JDBC bean) can encode the implementation steps that take application requirements and produce a complete, working application.
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