Introduction My last Vaadin project at work is a somehow complex application and I was looking for a persistence layer which matches perfectly the given techniques Maven and Spring. I wanted to avoid Hibernate's lazy loading exceptions, so I searched for alternatives and found EclipseLink as standard JPA implementation (I also planed to use JPA … Continue reading Maven, spring-data JPA, EclipseLink and static weaving
Today I published a new project, the Uploadr in BitBucket. Introduction Uploadr is a little command line tool written in Java which is able to upload fotos to flickr. Well, Uploadr isn't that little because I wanted to have some more features so it now is a kind of universal extendable upload tool. The intention … Continue reading Uploader published
After my first successfully completed Vaadin project I knew: Vaadin is a very good technology but the provided possibilities to create event driven applications were too limited. Coming from Adobe Flex using the Cairngorm project I knew there should be more possibilities for dispatching events, register listeners and so on. The next project at work … Continue reading spring-mvp Vaadin addon
Introduction Almost every time I set up an Eclipse or Eclipse based (like Spring Source Tool Suite) IDE, sooner or later I need a good Properties file editor for editing translations in ResourceBundles. Unfortunately the one included into Eclipse - doesn't matter which Eclipse version - is not the best for this case. Fortunately there … Continue reading Eclipse Resourcebundle Plugin
Vaadin provides a convenient and fast way to create Rich Internet Applications. Normally "Desktop applications" which run in desktop browsers are created with Vaadin. For mobile applications running the webbrowser of mobile devices Vaadin provides the TouchKit addon. Spring integration with Vaadin is not provided by default but can be upgraded by the Spring-Stuff addon. … Continue reading Vaadin TouchKit and Spring
Clouds are very modern these days, so I decided to dive into the cloud, too. I descided to use CloudFoundry, because it is near to Spring and there are tools to use the cloud like a locally installed tomcat. But, how could it be different, it was not that easy to get the microcloud running. … Continue reading CloudFoundry Micro Cloud and Virtualbox
A lot of things changed in the Adobe Flex world since I wrote my last entry. Adobe stopped the development for the Adobe Air Runtime for Linux systems, Adobe wanted to support Maven officially, Adobe stopped the development of FlashPlayer for Android and Adobe decided to give Flex to the Apache Foundation as a new … Continue reading Quo vadis Flex?