MAY 22, 2003
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JCodeBox awarded 9/10 in independent review
London, UK - May 22, 2003 - An independent review of JCodeBox has been published in the June 2003 edition of Linux Format magazine. The review awarded JCodeBox 10/10 for features and value for money in an overall score of 9/10.
The review described how easy it is to write your J2EE/Web application
using the JCodeBox point-and-click interface and emphasized how much time and money you
can save by using JCodeBox.
"... But now, almost out of thin air a solution has arrived in the form of JCodeBox. Confidently
touting itself as "an affordable Java application and component builder that dramatically accelerates
the development of J2EE", you would be forgiven for thinking the product is getting a little ahead of
However, you would be wrong - JCodeBox does precisely that, and it does it in such a way that you
almost feel like you've cheated because it takes so little time to create a fully working product.
Here at Linux Format we love Java, and this product looks almost able to end our Java-writing
career opportunities simply because you can point-and-click to write your Java application..."
After explaining how simple it was to create a fully functional,
working application, the review recommended JCodeBox as The way forward for J2EE development.
"... JCodeBox visually breaks things down into the EIS tier, the Business Tier, the Web Tier,
and so on. Once you're finished defining the application (and this really requires little more skill
than using the mouse), you simply click 'Create'. Here you get one final dialog box that allows you
to select whether you want to compile the application, package it, and/or deploy it - if you select
all three, will do everything for you, and leave you with a working application.
Is it really that easy? Sure it is - and there's a lot more it can do besides..."
For details on how to get the magazine to read the review in full please go to the Linux Format website (http://www.linuxformat.co.uk)