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Tag Archives: Vaadin
The Vaadin Plugin for Eclipse has ever been shipped with a visual designer for creating custom components for Vaadin applications. This visual designer enables you to construct a layout visually by dragging and dropping UI components on a given layout. … Continue reading
With a new official add-on in the Vaadin directory, the Vaadin web application framework is taken to a new level: the Vaadin Spreadsheet add-on lets you load Microsoft Excel files in a Vaadin Spreadsheet component to be displayed and edited … Continue reading
With version 7.4 Vaadin have released the next minor update of their web framework. This release introduces two very powerful new features: a brand new table component named Grid and declarative layouts.
With class com.vaadin.ui.ComboBox the Vaadin Toolkit provides a drop-down selection component that allows you to select an item from a set of values by offering a list of suggestions based on your current input. This works out of the box … Continue reading
A new minor release of the Vaadin Framework has been released. Besides a long list of bug fixes, there’s the one noteworthy and important new feature this version has to offer: the brand-new theme Valo. The Valo theme Valo, which … Continue reading
Among the long list of improvements that Vaadin 7 brought to us developers is a completely overhauled form binding component that allows binding a data item to a form layout in a much more convenient way than was possible with … Continue reading
OIO ruft auf zur Teilnahme an der OIO Kompass Studie Java Web Frameworks: “Wie und wozu haben Sie Ihr Java Web Framework ausgewählt? Zur Umfrage geht es hier. Ihre Vorteile bei einer Teilnahme Die Umfrage basiert auf unserem Fragenkatalog, den wir … Continue reading