Posts tagged with "virgo"
This is just a heads up for those interested in developing RAP applications with Virgo. I finished updating our tutorial to RAP 2.0 and Virgo 3.6.x (aka Sky). The first part guides you through the setup of your Eclipse IDE and Virgo Jetty Server. The second part is a short walkthrough on how to create [...]
With the latest RAP 2.0 milestone M2, you can run RAP based Web Application Bundles (WAB) with the unmodified RAP artifacts installed into your Virgo Jetty Server. No more Eclipse buddy classloading required as noted in a previous post. Before version 2.0 M2, the RAP framework did not try to load configuration classes from the [...]
This post shows how to develop RAP applications with Virgo. The first part guides you through the setup for a Virgo Server instance and how to extend it to become a RAP runtime. The second part is a short walkthrough of how to create a Hello World RAP application using the new RAP OSGi integration. [...]
First, a bit of news for developers following the Virgo project: The release day for Virgo Maya is getting closer with the successful RC1 release a few weeks ago. Meantime, in this blog post I’ll describe another way of running RWT (the RAP Widget Tookit) based applications on the Virgo Jetty Server. I want to [...]
You used to have just two options for deploying a RAP application: Packing your application into a WAR archive and deploying it on a standard servlet container such as Tomcat, or Embedding the Application and a servlet container in a standalone Equinox instance. Now you have a third option because RAP runs on Virgo! Virgo [...]
Today, the Eclipse Foundation announced two new projects at Eclipse.org, Graphiti and Virgo. The Graphiti project aims to offer an Eclipse-based graphics framework to enable easy development of state-of-the-art diagram editors for domain models. SAP plans to contribute the developed framework. This could have a large impact in the Eclipse Modeling space where graphic modeling [...]