We want to inspire the world to create. To use tech skills and build something truly... Awesome. Beautiful. Helpful. Impactful. Now you can produce lightweight code and focus on unleashing your full potential. Jodd is a set of developer-friendly and open-source Java micro-frameworks. It's designed to make things simple, but not simpler.
- Official web site (site & documentation): https://jodd.org
- Jodd micro-frameworks (30 min overview): https://joddframework.org
- Talk to Jodd via gitter or slack.
Jodd = tools + ioc + mvc + db + aop + tx + json + html < 1.7 Mb
Jodd is set of micro-frameworks and developer-friendly tools and utilities.
Use what you like.
jodd-json- JSON parser and serializer.
jodd-lagarto- HTML parser with
jodd-http- tiny HTTP client.
jodd-mail- for easier email sending.
jodd-madvoc- slick MVC framework.
jodd-petite- pragmatic DI container.
jodd-proxetta- dynamic proxies and
jodd-db- thin database layer and object mapper.
jodd-jtx- transactions management.
Less used tools:
jodd-decora- pages decorator.
jodd-htmlstapler- static page resources handler.
jodd-vtor- validation framework.
Full Stack Bundle:
jodd-joy- super-easy app framework, built with Jodd micro-frameworks.
jodd-core- contains many utilities, including
jodd-bean- our infamous
BeanUtil, type inspectors and converters.
jodd-props- is the super-replacement for Java
jodd-servlet- with many servlet utilities, including nice tag library.
Read more in our official documentation.
Building Jodd from source
Check out sources
Simply clone Jodd Git repo:
git clone https://github.com/oblac/jodd.git jodd
Compile and test, build jars
You can build the Jodd project with:
This will build all jars and run all unit tests. To skip the tests (for faster build), execute:
gradlew build -x test
Build full release with reports
To generate full release, including running integration tests and generating various reports, you need Docker v1.12+.
docker-compose -f etc/docker-compose.yml up gradlew clean release
Integration tests requires some infrastructure (like databases), hence Docker is used.
Install Jodd into your local Maven
Feel free to contribute! Follow these steps:
First time only:
- fork the Jodd repo (
upstream) to your GitHub account (
- install the ZenHub plugin to track tasks
Every other time:
- update both
- create new branch for a feature or bug fix
- commit often :)
- once when work is done, push local changes to your
- send us a pull request (PR)
We will pickup up from there :)