+10. You guys are doing great.
On Jan 16, 2017, at 3:52 AM, Heiko Braun <hbraun(a)redhat.com>
I know it’s really challenging to do a major refactoring to support the next major
version of GWT, while retaining the critical business logic and UX behind the console.
That said, I am really happy to see the team managed to keep the user flows and functional
requirements, but elevating the base project kernel to a new and much improved version.
Excellent work Harald and the team!
> On 13 Jan 2017, at 15:52, Harald Pehl <hpehl(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> We're currently working on the next version of the management console
> (HAL.next ). HAL.next continues with the column based navigation
> which was introduced in WildFly 9. It's also still written in Java and
> based on GWT. However most parts of the console have been rewritten
> for several reasons:
> - Make use of new features in Java 8 and GWT 2.8 and prepare for GWT 3.0
> - Introduce new features which were not possible with the old
> architecture (keyboard navigation, bookmarks, macro recording, ...)
> - Adopt PatternFly 
> - Cleanup codebase (remove deprecated and unused code)
> For more details about the motivation and the complete list of new
> features see the README at .
> Development is still ongoing and we plan to replace the existing
> console with HAL.next in WildFly 11 earliest. We have now reached a
> milestone where it makes sense to get feedback from a bigger audience.
> That's why we like to invite everyone to take a look at the new
> console. Suggestions, ideas, comments and bug reports are welcome.
> Please use GitHub issues  to file issues and discuss enhancements.
> To get started, please follow the README . The easiest way is
> probably to use the docker image at . It contains the latest
> WildFly 11 build with HAL.next as management console.
>  https://github.com/hal/hal.next
>  https://www.patternfly.org/
>  https://github.com/hal/hal.next/issues
>  https://github.com/hal/hal.next#running
>  https://hub.docker.com/r/hpehl/hal-next/
> Harald Pehl
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