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Introducing Spring Roo, Part 2: Developing an application with Spring Roo
In Part 1 of this series, we looked at building a CRUD-based application in minutes with Roo. Here in Part 2, we will extend that application to a full-fledged enterprise application by adding features such as Spring security, email support, and many others.
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Articles 10 Apr 2012
Introducing Spring Roo, Part 6: Develop Spring MVC and GWT applications using Spring Roo 1.2 and deploy them on Cloud Foundry
Spring Roo advanced considerably with the release of Version 1.2. This article introduces the new features in the current release like multi-module project, MongoDB support, JSF support, and many more. You then will develop a multi-module GWT web application using Spring Roo and deploy the application to Cloud Foundry.
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Articles 07 Sep 2012
Introducing Spring Roo, Part 7: Develop Spring MongoDB applications using Spring Roo
MongoDB is a very popular document-oriented, horizontally-scalable NoSQL datastore. With Spring Roo version 1.2, you can build Spring applications with MongoDB as data storage solutions. Investigate MongoDB and then build an enterprise Spring MongoDB application using Spring Roo.
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Articles 07 Sep 2012
Introducing Spring Roo, Part 5: Write advanced and wrapper Spring Roo add-ons
Spring Roo Advanced add-ons provide the mechanisms to add Java code in applications (for example, building an add-on that can write equals and hashcode methods for your domain object). With the addon create command, you can create a template of an advanced add-on. You then can extend the template to meet developer requirements. This article walks through the steps to create an advanced add-on.
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Articles 10 Apr 2012
Introducing Spring Roo, Part 4: Rapid application development in cloud with Spring Roo and Cloud Foundry
Take the rapid development of Roo a step further by creating applications to work in the cloud with Cloud Foundry, the first open platform as a service project created by VMWare. Learn more about the environment and then deploy an application into Cloud Foundry using the Roo shell.
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Articles 10 Apr 2012
Introducing Spring Roo, Part 1: Building from source
Spring Roo is a lightweight productivity tool for Java technology that makes it fast and easy to develop Spring-based applications. Applications created using Spring Roo follow Spring best practices and are based on standards such as JPA, Bean Validation (JSR-303), and Dependency Injection (JSR-330). Roo offers a usable, context-aware, tab completing shell for building applications. Spring Roo is extensible and allows add-ons, enhancing its capability. This article introduces Spring Roo and provides step-by-step instructions on building Spring Roo source on Windows and *nix systems.
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Articles 10 Apr 2012
Introducing Spring Roo, Part 3: Developing Spring Roo add-ons
Spring Roo is a RAD tool that lets you build applications (mainly web) quickly and easily. Under the hood, Spring Roo is based on OSGI add-on architecture, which makes it easy to extend Spring Roo by adding add-ons. Spring Roo provides commands to create add-ons that can be very easily made available to the Spring Roo user community. In this article, we first talk about Spring Roo architecture, talking about how Spring Roo leverages its own add-on architecture to provide different features, then we will create add-ons using the Roo shell and modify them to suit our needs.
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Articles 10 Apr 2012
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