Everything you always wanted to know about CAPP
+ What does CAPP stand for?
CAPP is an abbreviation for "Computer Aided Program Production" similar to the famous CAD acronym. It means CAPP is a system to design applications like with a CAD system.
+ Is CAPP a proprietary application?
Yes and no. CAPP is based on the open source systems of Apache Velocity and Telosys. It allows to use both in a very easy manner. The templates used can also be used in the Eclipse environment. - without CAPP. Only the CAPP application itself is proprietary.
+ Is there an open source version?
Yes. You can download one of the first CAPP vewrsions as open souce for Mac. Fully functional but limited.
+ What are the reasons for using XOJO?
XOJO is a multi platform development environment. It is fast, reliable and very versatile. Using XOJO we can provide CAPP on Mac OS and Windows PCs. Even Linux and RaspBerry is possible.
+ How is CAPP working?
CAPP uses templates for generating code. Variables inside the templates are replaced with data. The data comes directly from a database.
+ Is CAPP adaptable to my needs?
Yes. There are three ways to adapt CAPP. First there are variables you can set. Then you can use "Embeds" - little pieces of code kept separate and embedded in your generated code at any place you want. And last but not least you can edit the templates themselves.
+ Is CAPP running in virtual machines?
Yes and No. The Community Edition runs everywhere. All the commercial versions work with an external license system which does not support virtual machines yet.