Mission RIP Table: Migrate to Grid! - Summary

This is the final post in a series of tutorials for upgrading the Table component to Grid.

So what’s next? From the first day when I started this series, we immediately got a lot of feedback about some features that don’t exist in Grid.

Mission RIP Table: Migrate to Grid! - Data and Structure

This is a series of tutorials for upgrading the Table component to Grid. It will be performed by migrating to Framework 7 style of Grid, then migrating to Framework 8. As a reference, Gridv7 is the Grid component from Framework 7, while Grid is the latest Grid component in Framework 8. Naturally, ...

Mission RIP Table: Migrate to Grid! - Components

This is a series of tutorials for upgrading the Table component to Grid.   In this post I won’t be able to migrate to an older version of Grid, because adding components inside Grid appeared only with the newly announced version a few weeks ago, so I will jump directly from Table to Grid for ...

Mission RIP Table: Migrate to Grid! - Selection

This is a series of tutorials for upgrading the Table component to Grid. It will be performed by migrating to Framework 7 style of Grid, then migrating to Framework 8. As a reference, Gridv7 is the Grid component from Framework 7, while Grid is the latest Grid component in Framework 8. Naturally, ...

Mission RIP Table: Migrate to Grid! - Basic

As promised earlier, here is the first and most basic example. As a reference, Gridv7 is the Grid component from Framework 7, while Grid is the latest Grid component in Framework 8. Naturally, you can also migrate straight from Table to the Framework 8 style Grid. Migrate from Table to Framework 7 ...

Mission RIP Table: Migrate to Grid! - Intro

Vaadin Grid was announced over two years ago, and since then it has evolved with many new features and enhancements. If this wasn’t enough killer for the Table component, then the announcement of Vaadin Framework 8 earlier this year, with explicit deprecation of Table, places it in a critical ...

Vaadin JPAContainer 2.0

  In a nutshell, Vaadin JPAContainer is a Vaadin Container implementation for binding Vaadin user interface components directly to Java objects persisted using the Java Persistence API.  Adding support for leading JPA2.0 implementations to Vaadin JPAContainer add-on was one of the most voted ...