Now, sit back and relax, and JHipster will start to create an application based on the options we selected. At this moment, JHipster will generate the code and project structure of our application. In brief, JHipster generates the following things to make an application ready to run:
- Spring Boot application
- Angular JS application (at the frontend)
- Liquibase changelog file (used for database table Data Definition Language (DDL) manipulation)
- Other configuration files
We can configure an integrated development environment (IDE) for further development once the application has been created. JHipster supports a wide range of IDEs, including Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA, and Visual Studio Code. You can read more about this topic ...