AeroGear Server Side Resources

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The following page serves as a central index of all HTML5, mobile, and server-side resources created by JBoss and community members. If you have a pet project based on our stuff, submit it in the comments!

 

Ready to Rock

JBoss Tools

JBoss Tools now provides tools for HTML5 and mobile based development.

Download 3.3.0.M5 Here

Mobile Browser Simulator

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Visual Page Editor for HTML5

 

RESTEasy

The source associated with this tutorial contains a fully working mobile client application for the Android platform.

Building a mobile client for RESTful endpoints with RestEasy

 

POH5 Quickstart

This article shows you how to get started quickly with one approach we call Plain Old HTML5 (POH5).  This approach uses a pure HTML5 based front end that interactions with server side content through RESTful endpoints.

https://github.com/aerogear/as-quickstarts/tree/master/kitchensink-html5-mobile

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Getting Started with Mobile RichFaces

Whether you use RichFaces 4 in an existing application or you’re just starting a new project, this article will guide you through the steps for building a mobile JSF 2 application with RichFaces 4.1.0.

https://community.jboss.org/wiki/GettingStartedWithMobileRichFaces

 

Experimental

 

Infinispan Web Socket support

The Infinispan WebSocket Server can be used to expose an Infinispan Cache instance over a WebSocket Interface via a very simple Javascript "Cache" API.

https://docs.jboss.org/author/display/ISPN/Infinispan+WebSocket+Server

 

 

TorqueBox WebSockets

We are actively working on the WebSockets/STOMP support, and there are some known weaknesses. We absolutely welcome community input and use-cases of how you actually intend to use this functionality. Find us in #torquebox on IRC.

http://torquebox.org/news/2011/08/15/websockets-stomp-and-torquebox/

http://torquebox.org/2x/builds/html-docs/stomp.html

 

HornetQ

Since Web Sockets are like TCP sockets, they added the Stomp protocol on top of it to gain messaging semantics.

Stomp over WebSockets Example

 

Netty WebSocket Server

See the source code for an implementation of a Netty based WebSocket server.

http://docs.jboss.org/netty/3.2/xref/org/jboss/netty/example/http/websocket/package-summary.html

 

Android Apps

Testbed to create an application for Andorid(TM)-based devices as management frontend for RHQ (http://rhq-project.org/).

RHQ fontened management

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CapeDwarf

JBoss CapeDwarf allows developers to create a POC on how to develop testable validatable (via jsr-303) modularized type-safe Android to server-backend apps.

https://github.com/capedwarf/capedwarf-green

 

 

 

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