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A Full-Stack Framework for Business Applications



Jmix is a set of libraries and tools to speed up Spring Boot data-centric application development. Jmix provides a lot of ready-to-use functionality out of the box. You can plug in advanced system functionality like complex data security and audit as well as business functionality like reporting or business process execution engine in a few lines of code.

Using Jmix

To get started, download Jmix Studio - a plugin for IntelliJ IDEA. It helps you at all stages of the application development: creating and configuring a project, defining data model, generating database migration scripts, developing UI screens in a visual editor. It provides advanced navigation, code completion and inspections specific to Jmix projects.

To learn Jmix, complete the tutorial which walks you through the process of building a full-stack web application. It covers the entire development process, from data modelling to creating UI and managing access rights.

Building From Source

  • Checkout the repository:

    git clone
  • Install JDK 17.

  • Build and publish the framework modules to the local Maven:

    cd jmix
    ./gradlew publishToMavenLocal
  • If you want to build Gradle plugins, Studio templates or framework translations, execute ./gradlew publishToMavenLocal in the respective directories:

    • jmix-gradle-plugin - a Gradle plugin for building Jmix applications.
    • jmix-build - an internal Gradle plugin which encapsulates the framework build logic. It's not used when building applications.
    • jmix-templates - templates used by Studio new project wizard.
    • jmix-translations - framework translations.

If you want to contribute your changes to Jmix, see CONTRIBUTING.


Jmix is an open-source project distributed under the Apache 2.0 license. The same licensing is applied to most of the framework’s add-ons.

The framework is also complemented with commercial tools with separate licensing and pricing for individuals and companies.