Time to get responsive, Vaadin Board for Java is out!

Vaadin Board

Today the Vaadin Pro team is happy to introduce Vaadin Board for Java. It is a Vaadin component  for creating flexible responsive layouts very easily. No need to hassle with CSS, you just write plain Java code.

Vaadin Board can be used to create dashboards, intro screens, image galleries, or just to build application layouts, so that they will look great on different devices. We were aiming for a very easy API and responsiveness working out of the box, where you divide your application into rows, and then fill rows with components. Rows may also include inner rows that allow you to create very customizable layouts easily.

Vaadin Board for Java example

Vaadin Board is compatible with Vaadin 8.1.0-beta2 and higher.

Vaadin Board is commercially licensed and is available in both Pro and Prime subscriptions. We will be happy to react to your feedback and plan our further development based on your comments and proposals. So, please try it out and get back to us in the comments below.

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Great! Is there an example repository to see how to get the UI on the screenshot? It looks awesome, not only for Board but also the upper and left navigation bars!
Posted on 7/6/17 7:30 AM.
Great great great... but uselessl untill you release 8.1 !!!
Posted on 7/6/17 8:45 AM.
Hey Giovanni. Unfortunately such a sample repository isn't available. A bummer, I'd like to have one too. In the meantime, the Full Stack Starter has a running example where Board is used:
Posted on 7/6/17 9:50 AM in reply to Giovanni Lovato.
What happens to projects in production using this component if the subscription is cancelled?
Posted on 7/6/17 7:26 PM.
License is per developer modifying/maintaining any number of projects. You can have your project running in production without active subscription, but whenever you need to touch the code, you need a license.
Posted on 7/7/17 5:22 AM in reply to Nicklas Karlsson.