Help

We've just released the next milestone of AeroGear, 1.0.0.M4. In this release we've created a Ruby on Rails version of our POH5 kitchensink demo to bring home the full advantage of polyglotism on the JVM with TorqueBox, a Ruby application server built on JBoss AS7 and JRuby, we also finalized our core quickstarts and archetype, as well as, pushed forward on security prototyping with DeltaSpike.

Since our kichensink demo's are Plain Old HTML5 (POH5) based, we're not restricted to one server-side technology or language, sky's the limit! So you can check out our hosted Ruby on Rails kitchensink demo with TorqueBox version, for POH5 + JavaEE take a look at the updated getting started, wiki and we've also updated our Cordova version of the kitchensink as well.

What's new?

Next steps

In M4 we gave Ruby a try to backup our POH5 example. Now we've got our core POH5+JavaEE, POH5+Ruby, and Cordova+JavaEE examples all in place to show different ways to development mobile applications with JBoss.

We're also working on larger integrated examples and getting ready for JBoss World and JUDCon. Our team will be speaking at the party, specifically Jay Balunas and Douglas Campos a.k.a. Qmx.

A lot of JBoss core developers will also be present at the Mobile/HTML5 BOF discussing the future of mobile development and HTML5, so join us there and register for JUDCon Boston, and/or JBoss World 2012! Stay tuned to further releases!

Don't be shy!

Aerogear is open source, so feel free to get in touch if you have any questions about mobile development with JBoss technologies. We'd appreciate your feedback! If you've got mobile or HTML5 requirements and you're wondering how to move forward post to our user forums, or stop by #aerogear @ irc.freenode.net.

[AeroGear Project] [GitHub] [Twitter] [User Forums] [Dev Mailing List]

Image © Copyright Sarah Smith and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons License. The original can be be found here.

1 comment:
 
13. Feb 2014, 14:46 CET | Link

I think it might also be a good idea / nice to have a build process for the Desktop/Mobile Web/POH5 clients. Though it is still in beta, Grunt looks really promising. It provides the ability to validate, concatenate, and minify your JS files as well as run unit tests. All of these things can be configured in a single config file and run from the command line, so they may even be able to be triggered from JBoss Tools (though I'll admit that isn't my area of expertise). You can also even tell Grunt to watch certain files and run those same tools whenever that file changes so it's pretty cool. One drawback though is that it runs on Node.js so that would have to be installed on the developer's machine but I think it could be a great tool.

ReplyQuote
Post Comment