Here is a first quick and simple tutorial on how to develop and deploy your very first GWT web application to Google App Engine.
Google Web Toolkit plugin for Eclipse
A Google App Engine account + GMAIL account
So here are the steps :
Here is a quick way to start learning how to use the open-source library iText to generate PDF documents.
I start with the archetype maven-archetype-quickstart (number 101, which is the default archetype), an archetype which contains a sample Maven project.
In this video tutorial, I show how to start / stop JBoss 6 using the plugin Cargo for Maven. And to deploy an archive.
In the previous tutorial, I created and imported the project in Eclipse with the m2Eclipse plugin.
In this video tutorial, I show how to create a Maven project under DOS. Then how to import it to Eclipse with m2Eclipse.
Here is a first video tutorial about Maven, under DOS.
First i create a project based on the maven-archetype-quickstart archetype with the following command and arguments :
The WSDL2java command generates JAX-WS compliant Java code for the services that are defined in the WSDL document.
This is known as the Top-Down approach (contract first, based on an existing WSDL file).
I have recently started studying Apache CXF, the open source web service framework. I am familiar with developing Web Services using EJB 3, Axis or Glue. But not with CXF. Until now.
CXF is a mix of two projects : Celtix and XFire, which explains the name CXF.
It provides support for the JAX-WS, JAX-RS and JAX-RPC specifications.
Developing Web Services using CXF and JBoss is quite easy. The only annoying part is to figure out which JARs libraries
to include in the classpath and which JARs libraries to exclude.