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Features - Developer Studio 3.7.0 - WSO2 Documentation
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WSO2 Developer Studio provides tools for creating a variety of artifacts for the following WSO2 products:

 WSO2 Developer Studio has the following key features:

Supports the Edit, Build, Debug, Deploy Cycle for Applications on WSO2 Products
  • Distributes as a standalone Eclipse-based product or extension bundles for Eclipse
  • Support for editing most type of deployable artifacts
  • Integrates to Maven for building
  • Run test servers inside Eclipse and do source level debugging for applications that consist of multiple artifact types
Support for Developing Apache Tomcat, Apache Axis2, Axis CXF, Apache Synapse and Apache Ode Applications
  • Edit, build, debug, deploy Tomcat webapps, Axis2 or CXF services, RESTful services, Synapse mediation, and ODE processes
  • Optionally deploy to WSO2 products for greater ease of use
  • Uses widely used popular Eclipse plugins
Supports Integration of Cloud Services
  • Foundation for both cloud-to-cloud and cloud-to-enterprise integrations
  • Combines multiple operations from multiple connectors along request, response, and error paths.
  • Combines with regular mediators in a mediation flow to fine-tune business logic processing
Supports Collaborative Development
  • Integrates with any Eclipse-supported SCM (SVN, Git, Perforce, CVS, Mercurial and more)
  • Shared development of artifacts belonging to a single application
Supports Development Governance
  • Integrates with WSO2 App Factory to facilitate management of application development lifecycles
  • Browse, consume and produce registry resources with WSO2 Governance Registry
  • Enables lifecycle governance of applications by separating code from configuration
Supports Maven and Continuous Integration
  • All build actions can be performed through the tool as well as via the command line using Apache Maven
  • Enables easy integration with CI products such as Jenkins and Bamboo
Supported Artifact Types
Easily Build Composite Applications
  • Supports writing enterprise applications that consist of any collection of above artifacts as a single Composit Application aRchive (CAR)
  • Composit Application Projects aggregate collection of Eclipse projects representing the artifacts into a “C-App” distribution project
  • C-App project Maven root POM includes all artifacts and uses WSO2 Maven CAR Plugin to assemble to deployable CAR artifact
  • CAR artifacts have application topology concept to manage deployment into different server clusters based on server roles
Supports Direct Deployment to Local and Remote WSO2 Servers
Build Carbon Server Extension Types
  • Develop any server extension such as WSO2 ESB mediators and WSO2 Governance Registry handlers
Developer Friendly
  • Integrates with standard Eclipse conventions and idioms
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