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Vaadin Button Example

A button is a graphical element that provides the user a way to trigger an event. The appearance and behavior of buttons is similar across platforms and a button indicates a possible user action. You can easily use it, if you have a pointing device like a mouse, but a button can trigger the most complex action inside a computational ...

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Vaadin Server Push Example

Server push is a technology when the server pushes data to the client without the client asking for that data just like the old intranet client/server architecture when the clients get updated by the server. This kind of communication was near to impossible in the web few years before, first the bandwidth, when the Internet begins was not enough for ...

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Vaadin Login Example

A login form is used to process user authentication in a web application.Ccontrary to web pages, web applications could be a complex piece of software and the public nature of the Internet make the user authentication a vital part of any web application. In this example I am going to show you how to implement a login form in Vaadin ...

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Vaadin Widgetset Example

A widget set is a GWT application that can be used from Vaadin. You can get a GWT library in it’s jar form and use it from your Vaadin application, Vaadin widget set is very rich, but if you ever need a non standard widget that Vaadin doesn’t provide you can extend your widget set using GWT and is a ...

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Vaadin Treetable Example

If you need to show rows of data in a Hierarchical structure, Vaadin offers the TreeTable widget that can arrange these kind of data for you without much effort. In this example I am going to build a TreeTable to show these kind of data visualization. 1. The tools Java JDK 8 Latest Eclipse Mars Vaadin 7.6.3 Tomcat Server 8 ...

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Vaadin Charts Example

Vaadin charts are beautiful eye candy charts to enrich your applications. Using Vaadin charts could make the difference when you need to sell the application to the end user. 1. The tools Java JDK 8 Latest Eclipse Mars Vaadin plugin for eclipse Vaadin charts 2. Introduction Vaadin charts offer more than twenty kinds of charts. You can find for sure ...

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Vaadin Form Example

In this example I am going to show you how to make a Vaadin form. A form is a common HTML element to collect user input and send the data to a server, most of the time using the POST http method. 1. The tools Java JDK 8 Latest Eclipse Mars Vaadin 7.6.3 Tomcat Server 8 2. Introduction Vaadin goes ...

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Vaadin GridLayout Example

Grid layout allows you to show user interface widgets in a table like layout, also it is a layout which precisely control how you want to show your components so if you need a lot of control on the position this layout is for you. 1. The tools Java JDK 8 Latest Eclipse Mars Vaadin 7.6.3   2. Introduction Vaadin ...

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Vaadin Custom Component Example

Suppose you need a reusable component in you web application, a component widget that you need to add in multiple places into your application, instead of code the component functionality every time, Vaadin offers in handy the possibility of create a reusable widget that you can use every time you need it, saving your time and giving you a more ...

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Vaadin Calendar Example

With Vaadin Calendar widget, you get a complete calendar solution that allows you to do all sorts of calendar related tasks, visually stunning out of the box, can be customizable to fill all your needs in a online calendar solution, easy to use and free, Vaadin offers a nice solution to use in enterprise applications where you need this kind ...

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