Software Tree's JDXA ORM for Android Scales Up Developers Productivity

By CIOReview | Thursday, October 1, 2015

CAMPBELL, CA: Software Tree, a developer of data integration solutions and infrastructure is introducing a simple and non-intrusive Object Relational Mapping (ORM) solution ‘JDXA 1.0’ for mobile app developers.

ORM is a programming technique for converting incompatible type systems data into object-oriented programming languages. It generates “virtual object database” that can be used from within the programming language.

Software Tree provides unique set of patented Object Relational Mapping (ORM) products which present similar interfaces for the Java, .NET and Android environments. The products offer a data integration facility to simplify and accelerate object-oriented applications, frameworks and tools development. These products empower organizations with legacy data for cost effective data conversion or transformation needs. The key advantage of these products include, shorten development cycles and flexible applications creation.

Developer friendly and flexible JDXA 1.0 ORM solution is specifically designed to curtail the need of encoding complex SQL programming lines and bridge the gap between the Java object model and SQL relational model for mobile applications. Powered by KISS (Keep it Simple and Straightforward) principles, JDXA provides object-oriented view of relational data in a small footprint. It features meta-data driven programming methodology, declarative mapping specification based on simple grammar, query options, virtual attributes, object caching and automatic schema generation.

“Software Tree has been a pioneer in the field of modern ORM. It gives us great pleasure to announce JDXA ORM, an innovative and practical solution to simplify and accelerate the development of Android apps,” says Damodar Periwal, Founder of Software Tree.

JDXA (JDX for Android) can lower development risks, maintenance cost and difficulties and scale up developer’s productivity and revenue. In addition, it consolidates operations, supports multiple mapping and databases and integrates relational data. It offers extensive documentation and locking for concurrency control.