jDBI: A simple convenience layer on top of JDBC

I'm always looking out for similar tools like jOOQ, or at least tools that work in the same domain - the domain of database access abstraction. jDBI looks lovely. It provides simple solutions for what JDBC is lacking in general. Here are a couple of features (taken from the intro): Fluent API JDBC is quite … Continue reading jDBI: A simple convenience layer on top of JDBC