Helianto is an API, built for developers. It was created to shorten development cycle on the server side, needed to build SaaS applications.
Extensible by design
You extend Helianto to implement your use cases, but you may rely on a provided extensible domain model. It saves you time to write common aggregates like users, customers and more.
Helianto saves you time to write persistence code and makes it easy to handle transaction management. Your time to build a SaaS application will be significantly reduced.
Helianto is open source, published under the Apache License 2.0. Code is available at sourceforge.net
From our blog
0.5.2 is a maintenance release.
The changes made to 0.5.1 are a continuation of a standardization process being applied to the whole release train.
The changes made to 0.4.4 are a result from helianto being used in som other projects.
Maintenance release 0.4.3 was published today to sourceforge as part of a simplification roadmap.
Add Helianto-plan to your dependencies if you need to deal with tasks, projects, reviews and follow-ups, as well as staff or people involved in tasks.
It is easy to deploy your application by adding a Cloud Foundry profile to any Helianto’s project pom.xml.
The current snapshot will start deprecation of ReadAdapters. An example is now available in the Document hierarchy.
A new class, UserJob, was embedded into existing UserGroup class. It is an alternate way to associate user groups to users.