The mission of JSX Enterprises is to increase productivity and agility of Java
developers by creating products that automate the development tasks that can be
automated - ultimately to be absorbed into the programming language. We do
this by focusing on our core competency of externalizing object data and
separating this crucial step from persisting, messaging and processing data.
JSX is systems software, and like many such projects, has its roots in academic
research. The first prototype was created at Monash University and was
released on 10 October 2000 (US time). It was developed with the ideals of
frequent releases, fast bug fixes and close consultation with users. Wrox
Press picked it up for "Professional Java XML" (published in April 2001),
and JSX became a profitable product in early 2002.
After many sales, over 2,000 mailing list posts
and currently 69,977 unique website hits, JSX Enterprises is well placed to
lead the emerging market for 100% transparent XML messaging and persistence.