Oct 14th, 2007, 04:25 AM
how do you manage architecture? how does e.g. spring use sonarj and structure101?
i see that spring is 'powered by' structure101 and sonarj. for me both tools supports the management of architecure.
which tool is used by whom and why?
in a presentation of juergen hoeller i saw he is using sonarj. alef anderson seems to like structure101.
do you have experience using these tools? are they comparable? which one you like more and why?
Oct 14th, 2007, 10:50 AM
Lattix for architecture management
Please check out Lattix (http://www.lattix.com/products/products.php) also for architecture management.
Lattix is designed to manage the architecture of your Spring application i.e. it will allow you to manage not just the dependencies between Java classes but also between Spring Beans and between Spring Beans and Java Classes as well. You see very interesting architectural patterns when you put both the Spring beans and Java classes together.
Lattix also includes support for hibernate, oracle and .net. Lattix is also used by the Spring team (particularly in their .net work).