Released in the year 2013, JHipster is an open-source application that is used to design modern web applications with the use of Spring Boot and Angular or React projects. With a client-base spread all across the world, JHipster also generates and deploys microservices using the Spring Framework. JHipster is the acronym for ‘Java Hipster’. It allows the user to create high-quality projects within a few seconds.
- Makes the use of Yeoman commands and automatically walks the user throughout the entire project with a few simple steps
- Allows the user to install good add-ons such as bootstrap-material design and angular-databases
- Overview of Generated Code
- Creates projects that look like Java or Spring projects in their standard form but makes them more friendly at the responsive front-end along with basic security and database integration
- Creates front-end codes allowing the benefits of package.json file, webpack folder, etc.
- Allows the user to create custom entities without much hassle.
- Allows the user to create an object either using command-line tools or use online tools that could be imported to the project.
- Continuous Integration Support
- Creates configuration messages automatically for the most used Continuous Integration tools.
- Provides a powerful workflow to the user that builds robust web applications and microservice architecture.
The JHipster Pricing is absolutely free of cost for the users. However, companies can sponsor voluntarily and get featured on the official website of the software, instead of paying for JHipster Pricing.
JHipster does not provide any demo to its users. Instead, it allows the user with tutorials as to how to make use of the platform. The user has to visit the official website and tap on the ‘Learn’ tab. The user will be directed to the section wherein he will find a fifteen-minute video that will tutor him regarding the usage of JHipster.