Artifacts using MaduraVaadinSupport (7)

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Vaadin support for workflow.
Last Release on Apr 23, 2018
This is a demo application that shows the capabilities of the various Madura products. MaduraObjects: which defines business objects along with I18n labels, permissions and simple validation. MaduraRules: defines relationships between fields and, as well as complex validation and metadata manipulation. MaduraVaadinSupport: allows the above to transparently interact with a Vaadin UI. It does not actually order pizza.
Last Release on Apr 17, 2015
This is a bundle that is used to demo the Perspectives Manager. It asks for a name and uses the blackboard to loosely interact with other bundles.
Last Release on Apr 23, 2018
This is a bundle that is used to demo the Perspectives Manager. It asks for a name and address and uses the blackboard to loosely interact with other bundles.
Last Release on Apr 23, 2018
This is a rules-driven pizza configuration which lets you pick different pizza bases, toppings and sizes, except that only some combinations are allowed and the rules enforce this. The rules, UI and underlying domain objects are all delivered by this sub-application.
Last Release on Apr 23, 2018
Perspectives, in this case, are snap-in applications that plug into the main application and share the login information, locale etc of the surrounding application. That means the subapplications don't have to worry about those issues and can be simpler. It also means you can construct a semi-dynamic workspace with plugged in apps that share a common look and feel (another thing that is set globally) and can even communicate with each other.
Last Release on Apr 23, 2018
This is a demo program that illustrates some of the capabilities of Madura working with Vaadin. Specifically it shows the use of the JPAontainer. The JPAContainer shown here is extended from the one you can find in Vaadin Addons to support Spring's @Transactional notation. It is also using Madura Objects, but that is an interesting incidental because you could use Madura Objects with both. So the objective here is to show a complete working demo of how to configure everything to show a table of data ...
Last Release on Apr 15, 2015
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