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From Claus Ibsen <>
Subject Re: A simple graphical Editor working with Camel Spring DSL
Date Sat, 23 Aug 2014 05:40:46 GMT

Thanks for sharing this. Working on GUI tooling takes a lot of effort.
Nice to see others are doing that as well.
I took the liberty of adding a link to your library from our user
stories page. Takes a bit to update though.

When speaking of UI editors. hawtio also has a web based Camel editor.
Though we haven't promoted it as much yet, as there is still a few
ties to finish on it in some corner cases. And we have been busy
working on other areas.

I attached a screenshot of hawtio editor, where we have used the
Apache Camel archetype to generate a spring project, and then loaded
the spring xml file into hawtio.

On Fri, Aug 22, 2014 at 5:06 PM, giacomolm <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> In recent years I used Camel for academic purposes, it's a great integration
> framework and i want to thank you for your work. As part of my recent work,
> I developed a web based graphical editor that allows to work with xml DSLs.
> Aim of this work is to provide an abstract tool that support xml definition,
> in a graphical way. Users can set up their own palette, manage palette
> elements on a canvas, attach xml schema and associate palette element to
> schema meta-element. At the end users can convert their drawing in a textual
> representation, allowing third part processing. This tool is based on
> backbone, and use library such raphaeljs.
> I tried to instantiate this work in the Camel case. I referred to Spring
> DSL, and i obtained something that looks interesting (imho). There are a lot
> of thing to fix: I'm sure that with your feedback we can obtain something
> useful.
> You can find this library here
> <>  : under the demo section you can find the
> Camel demo. Moreover, I enclose some screen-shoot.
> Hope it can be useful, let me know.
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Claus Ibsen
Red Hat, Inc.
Twitter: davsclaus
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