Maybe it`s a quite stupid question, but our Develpers and Stakeholders are argueing about it and I would like to have a third opinion. So thank you in advance for your answers! :-)
Jasperstudio is cleary a software application as it is build on eclipse IDE as the base of the application.
Jasper Server is a Web application as it need to be deployed on servers like Tomcat, Jboss etc and you gain access via browser. url address
Jaspersoft Studio is a software application that's normally used to just one user to develop a report design. The report design can then be saved to JasperReports Server which is a web application. From there, it's possible to have several users view the saved report.
Hey everyone! I stumbled upon this discussion and thought I'd chime in. Firstly, I can totally understand the debate around categorizing JasperSoft Studio as either a software or a web application. It's not a stupid question at all! In my opinion, JasperSoft Studio can be considered as both, depending on how you look at it.
From a technical standpoint, JasperSoft Studio is a software application that you install on your local machine. It provides a robust set of tools and features for designing and generating reports, dashboards, and other business intelligence artifacts.
On the other hand, when you consider the collaboration and deployment aspects, JasperSoft Studio integrates with JasperReports Server, which is a web application. You can publish your reports to the server, access them through a web interface, and share them with stakeholders or end users. I even found some interesting facts in a German article about it, maybe you would be interested in it: mvp bedeutung entdecken.
So, my advice to the author would be to acknowledge both perspectives. JasperSoft Studio is primarily a software application that you work with on your local machine, but it's closely tied to the web application aspect of JasperReports Server for collaboration and distribution purposes.
Hope this helps in settling the debate.