This is the google home page for most of my projects. There are a lot of sample applications to be found here. Most of them are discussed in my blog items which you can find on my blog http://www.gridshore.nl.
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The following table gives you an overview of the different samples and there main technologies and reasons I created them.
projecttechnologiesreason for existenceBlog item(s) gea-news-feedGoogle app engine, Spring frameworkSampe application used to demonstrate the capabilities of google app engine none sofar, the presentation can be downloaded Hippo spring connectorHippo, spring-ws, springframeworkThis application is used to show how you can connect to hippo from a spring framework application. A webservice is created that can search the hippo repository using the spring-ws projectroadtrip-from-springframework-to-hippo-7, connecting-to-hippo-ecm-using-a-springframework-connector Google app enginePython, google docsMaking a small python application using google apis. The application reeds the collection of documents available to you in google docs using-google-appengine Felix Tryoutosgi, felix, maven2, intellijFirst real tryout with an osgi application running on felixstarting-with-osgi-using-apache-felix-step-1, using-maven-to-create-an-osgi-bundle-osgi-felix-sample-step-2, embedding-jetty-in-osgi-osgi-felix-sample-step-3, creating-a-jetty-based-osgi-httpservice-for-apache-felix RaffleGoogle web toolkitThis application I used to explain he basics of Google web toolkit Rowing-the-Google-Web-Toolkit-boat-with-intellij Raffle Appjpa, annotations, google web toolkit, wicket, jqueryI used this application to show multiple front end frameworks. Before you can start with the front end, you need to have a solid back end. Therefore I tried jpa using springframework and hibernate at the back end. The different front ends all use the same back end without changes.Creating-an-application-with-maven2,-jpa,-springframework-and-intellij, start-using-jquery-with-some-small-samples-and-using-spring-mvc-25 Spring OSGi SampleOSGi, springframeworkMy first thing I did with OSGi, I must admit that I did not understand that much about OSGi back than.Spring-osgi-an-evaluation-using-maven-2-and-the-special-spring-osgi-archetype Springframework archetypespringframework, maven2, acegiI was doing a lot of projects with the same kind of architecture. I also wanted to experiment with maven archetype. So the ideal combination to create my custom archetype.Creating-a-maven-archetype-for-acegi-and-springframework Training Overviewspring 2.5, annotations, jpa, jquery, mavenIn this application we go to the extreme with plain web development. A lot about using spring mvc 2.5 in combination with jquery. Again the back end is created using springframework, hibernate and jpa.using-annottions-in-springframework Ajax dwr sample dwr, springframework, scriptoculousOne of the most known implementations is creating auto complete solutions. With this project I create an autocomplete using scriptoculous and dwr. The blog item in which I described the solutions is still one of the best read posts of my blog.Creating-an-autocomplete-with-Spring-and-DWR books-overviewflex 3, BlazeDS, springframeworkThis is the latest sample I have created. This is also the sample for the coming months. I a experimenting a lot with flex 3 and I show all this is this sample. For now there is a custom component for filtering results in a DataGrid. Beware, there are some tags for this project. The trunk is not always the best thing to use.creating-a-flex-3-datagrid-component-with-backend-filtering, integrating-flex-3-with-spring-security-formerly-known-as-acegi integration-spring-security-acegi-and-flex-3-the-sequel wow-springframework-enters-the-actionscript-and-flex-domain/ feeling-secure-with-webserviceswebservices, securitySample showing everything you need to know about webservices and security http://www.gridshore.nl/2008/05/17/feeling-secure-with-web-services-introduction/|feeling-secure-with-web-services-introduction,feeling-secure-with-web-services-part-1-the-usernametoken, feeling-secure-with-web-services-part-2 spring-ws-samplesspring ws, maven, springframwork, jaxbThis application shows a webservice as well as a webservice client using the spring-ws framework.Using-Spring-ws-for-creating-a-webservice, Creating-a-webservice-client-using-Spring-ws-and-maven2 buildversion-pluginmavenCreates a file version.jsp in the web application folder wth the version of the maven build in it. payment-batch-sample I started this sample to create a batch application, but I never finished it.
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