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Vaadin Web Application Example in Java

1. Introduction A web application is an application program that is stored on a remote server and delivered over the Internet through a browser interface. Vaadin is a web application framework written in Java, and is built on Google Web Toolkit from Vaadin Ltd. It is designed for creating rich and interactive applications that run in the browser. By design, Vaadin is compatible with any Java ...

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Vaadin Spring Example

1. Introduction Vaadin is a web application framework written in Java, and is built on Google Web Toolkit from Vaadin Ltd. Spring Framework is a Java application framework that provides many useful services for building applications. Vaadin provides a Vaadin Spring add-on based on the core parts of vaadin4spring to make classes for UI and View as Spring managed beans so Spring dependency injection can be used. In this ...

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Vaadin Spring Security Example

1. Introduction Vaadin is a web application framework written in Java, and is built on Google Web Toolkit from Vaadin Ltd. Spring Security is a part of Spring framework that focuses on providing both authentication and authorization to Java applications. Both Vaadin and Spring Security are open sourced and licensed under the Apache 2.0 license. In this example, we will build a web application in ...

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Vaadin jQuery example

jQuery is a cross-platform JavaScript library designed to simplify the DOM manipulation. jQuery is the most popular JavaScript library in use today.                      Table Of Contents 1. The tools 2. Introduction 3. Prerequisites 4. Set up the project 5. Coding the example 5.1 jQuery 5.1.1 Download jQuery 5.1.2 Include jQuery in ...

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Vaadin Maps Example

Google Maps is a Web-based service that provides information about geographical regions and sites around the world.                   Table Of Contents 1. The tools 2. Introduction 3. Prerequisites 4. Set up the project 5. Coding the example 5.1 Configure the add-on 5.1.1 Edit ivy.xml 5.1.2 Edit ivysettings.xml 5.2 Edit the styles 5.2.1 ...

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Vaadin Best Practices

Best practices are procedures that are accepted or prescribed as being correct or most effective.                   Table Of Contents 1. The tools 2. Introduction 3. Prerequisites 4. Set up the project 5. Coding the example 5.1 Make a design 5.2 Annotations 5.3 Navigator 5.3.1 Layout & content 5.3.2 Navigator views 5.3.3 Menu ...

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Vaadin Window Example

A widget container to open, close and move overlay widgets on the screen, is a window. This kind of widget is used to create application dialogs for multiple tasks. You can have a window blocking the UI (modal window) or a non blocking window (modeless window). The simplest window is an alert notification but you can use this widget to make complex ...

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Vaadin Menu Example

We can organize commands into a menu. The menu allows us to stack multiple buttons in a logic way for the work flow. If we have too much commands or buttons in our user interface we need to consider to use a menu in our application. A menu has a tree structure with a main root with the top nodes attached to ...

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Vaadin Listselect Example

The selection list widget, is a user interface control that shows a list of elements. Those elements can be added and removed at run time. This control is a container for these items. Furthermore you can make selections at any time of these controls.             1. The tools Java JDK 8 Latest Eclipse Mars Vaadin ...

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Netbeans Vaadin Example

Netbeans is a well known open source Java IDE, that supports development of all Java application types out of the box. It has an Ant-based project system and supports, Maven, refactoring, version control and has a lot of useful features to help you in your Java development. 1. The tools Java JDK 8 Latest Netbeans Vaadin 7.6.6 Tomcat Server 8 ...

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