JMinor is a full stack, rich client, CRUD application framework, based on Java, Swing and JDBC.
The documentation is a work in progress.
NOTE: The documentation for the jdk8 and jdk11 versions is close to identical as is, but may diverge in future versions.
The JMinor framework has not been released. Planned release is in 2020.
The JMinor framework will be dual-licensed under the AGPL and a commercial license. Why AGPL?
Development started way back in 2004. This was after I had given up trying to use a rich client framework based on drag’n drop, wizard-driven development, which turned out to be absolutely horrifying for someone who really enjoys writing code. This was before the time of Spring, JOOQ, Hibernate and all these excellent frameworks, so I started from scratch, with the aim of using only Java Standard Edition components, JDBC, Swing and RMI.
I’ve been using the framework professionally from day one and have around 70 applications based on it running in production, quite a few mission critical.