|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Windup||186||7||10||2 days ago||65||January 17, 2023||56||epl-1.0||Java|
|Windup - Application Migration and Assessment Tool|
|Onboard||110||7 years ago||2||apache-2.0||Java|
|Java2script||47||3 months ago||9||other||Java|
|Midas||40||9 years ago||1||other||Groovy|
|on-the-fly-schema Migration tool for MongoDB|
|Migration Tool||9||2 years ago||9||apache-2.0||Java|
|Supporting tool of migration study of Java application.|
|E4 Cookbook Migration Guide||9||7 years ago||epl-1.0||Java|
|Edelta||8||2 days ago||4||Java|
|An Xtext DSL for EMF metamodels refactoring and migration|
|Windup Eclipse Plugin||5||a month ago||1||Java|
|Windup Eclipse Plugin|
|Rhamt Vscode Extension||2||16 days ago||11||mit||TypeScript|
Windup is an assembly of tools that support large-scale Java application modernization and migration projects across a broad range of transformations and use cases. It accelerates application code analysis, supports effort estimation, accelerates code migration, and helps you move applications to the cloud and containers. If you want to contribute or participate in developer discussions please join the Konveyor community and ping us on slack.
Download the latest Windup release from here and refer to the getting started blog to run your first code analysis.
Ensure you use the provided Maven Wrapper utility to build the project, as Windup requires Maven 3.8.8:
This project has an agreed upon source format style documented via an Eclipse code formatter profile. If using an alternate IDE, plugins are available to allow use of this profile (see below). All contributions should be formatted using this profile before submission.