Using default DataSource to simplify the development and deployment of a Java EE application

Most servers these days, even when not applying a microservice architecture, host just one application. And most new applications connect to just a single database. Still a lot of time, both in development and deployment, is often spent configuring how your application connects to your relational database.

Building a web UI for MySQL databases (in plain Java)

  Note: This post has been updated to use Vaadin 8. This guide walks you through the process of connecting to MySQL databases from Java web applications using JDBC and Spring Framework. The UI part will be built using Vaadin Framework that allows you to build modern single-page web apps with only ...

SQLContainer 1.0 Released

Good news for everyone using SQL databses in their Vaadin applications. The Vaadin SQLContainer is end-of-beta and v 1.0 has been released today. The SQLContainer is an add-on for Vaadin, that implements the Container interface for standard SQL database servers. SQLContainer allows you to easily ...