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Apr 21 2011   3:19PM GMT

Looking at integration development

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

A visual IDE models integration patterns

Forrester analysts and others sometimes bemoan the complexity of modern development languages. Can you hear their plaint? Do you think it valid? To program an integration with a Camel integration framework, you may have to use Java, Scala, XML, a DSL, and so on.

Tools like IBM’s Integration Designer and FuseSource’s open source Fuse Camel IDE (shown here) look to apply modeling notation to the integration problem.

The stubs generated by the Fuse Camel IDE software may not do the whole trick, of course – some assembly – or Scala, or XML or Java – may be required. But the visual tools may cut some project time. Still, somebody out there is contemplating the “80/20 rule.” What do you think? Click on “Comments” below to tell us.

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