[forge-dev] Presentation for the JUGs
richard at kennardconsulting.com
Wed Feb 29 19:28:35 EST 2012
Sure: for relationships, we do one-to-one (they expand in-place) and many-to-one (a dropdown) and one-to-many (a table with a row at the bottom where you
can add more) and many-to-many (a table with a dropdown at the bottom where you can add more).
Another nice demo might be to generate a regular JSF app, talk about the scaffold, then go back into Forge and add RichFaces to the project and re-generate
the scaffold. You should see new controls appear, such as date pickers and color pickers and spinners.
On 1/03/2012 9:26 AM, Ivan St. Ivanov wrote:
> Hey Richard!
> Slides maybe yes. But recording, well, it will be in Bulgarian ;-)
> Could you give me a hint for something more interesting to show in the Metawidget area besides the usual id, name, address and one-to-many fields?
> On Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 12:20 AM, Richard Kennard <richard at kennardconsulting.com <mailto:richard at kennardconsulting.com>> wrote:
> That sounds terrific.
> If you could document some of this stuff (make your slides available, write some slide notes, record your presentation etc.) I'd be happy to
> re-present it
> at the Sydney JUG?
> On 1/03/2012 7:25 AM, Ivan St. Ivanov wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> > Now with Forge already final, it's time for us to advertise it to our local JUGs. I would take the opportunity to talk about it in the Bulgarian JUG
> > (somewhere in April though :-(). Here is what I plan to show:
> > 1) General rant about Forge: what it is good for and how it differs from maven archetypes and Spring Roo (no religious stuff, I'm a Spring fan BTW)
> > 2) Developing a Java EE application with scaffolding: here I would show something more complex than the conference sample app that Lincoln already
> > presented on the Java2Days conference in Sofia last year. Here I would like to talk about some of the not so common features of the metawidget
> > plugin. Any ideas? Of course also some Arquillian and OpenShift.
> > 3) After a short break I would continue with a different type of application that you could implement with Forge. Looking at the plugins, maybe it
> > be the OSGi stuff.
> > 4) Next: developing a plugin. Create a sample plugin, explanation of the different settings: command, options, usage of the shell prompt, the
> > environment, the configuration API, etc.
> > 5) Finally: the get involved section
> > What do you think? Should I add something else or drop anything?
> > Cheers,
> > Ivan
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