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Dynamic Reloading of Vaadin Multi-Module Applications With Maven and Eclipse, Pt. II

In the first part of this article, we explored how a Maven project for Vaadin could be configured such that the application will be dynamically redeployed during runtime after changes have been made to the application code in Eclipse. In … Continue reading

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Dynamic Reloading of Vaadin Applications With Maven and Eclipse, Pt. I

Developing Vaadin web applications is a lot of fun. One reason for this is that you very quickly get presentable results without having to bother with the intricacies of web protocols or the horrors of JavaScript coding. While developing Vaadin … Continue reading

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Grails 2.1.0 released

7 months after the last major release 2.0 of the Grails web framework, the Grails team announced a new minor release 2.1. Visit the What’s new in Grails 2.1 page for a nice summary of all the new features and … Continue reading

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Gradle 1.0 erschienen

Nach Griffon folgt in kurzer Zeit das zweite finale 1.0 Release in der Groovy-Welt: Gradle 1.0 ist so eben erschienen. Gradle ist ein Build-Automatisierungs- und Management-Tool. Es vereint viele Vorteile von Ant und Maven und ist insbesondere durch die Verwendung … Continue reading

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Grails is getting Maven support

According to a recent blog post of Grails project lead Graeme Rocher, Grails is getting Maven support in the form of a plugin. Currently, Grails uses Maven repositories for dependency resolution, but the build system of a Grails application uses … Continue reading

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Enforcing an encoding for Eclipse in a maven project

In Maven it’s easy to set the encoding for your source code to a defined encoding (e.g. UTF-8) by inserting this part into your pom file: <project.build.sourceEncoding>UTF-8</project.build.sourceEncoding> But how to apply this to your Eclipse project?

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