To add the java backend for the breezejs.
right now breezejs is running on asp.net(as a backend) but since I am a developer of Java Applications that's why I am waiting for the java version of the breezejs
Work is well underway on a Java backend for Breeze, using Hibernate. Please check out https://github.com/Breeze/breeze.server.java/tree/master/breezejs-hibernate
Is anybody still paying attention to this? If so, could you provide some sort of an update as to the status of this?
What is the current state of the Java backend for Breeze? I checked out but the build failed to pass the test phase.
Joshua Bellamy-Henn commented
I have discovered some Java sample code in their github repository:
Kyle Hodgson commented
Hi; I'm not sure there needs to be a "java version of breezejs", but I would like to see tutorials, get started articles and so on talking about how to build a simple JVM based back end (say using Java and odata4j), and to have the project consider supporting such libraries as a first class priority.