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Announcing Vaadin Prime

We’re happy to announce Vaadin Prime – the next generation of enterprise grade support for your team. You can now be a Vaadin user in three tiers; as an open source developer, a professional developer or a development team:

Vaadin Prime is for teams what Vaadin Pro is for individuals, starting from teams of 3 developers and including everything from Pro and Core.

We’re also giving unlimited access to all trainings available as an add-on to Pro and Prime – with over 30 new trainings that you can attend online, whenever it suits you best and as many times as you’d like to, for a flat subscription price.

Sign up with Prime before the end of April – get Trainings for free!

When you sign up for the Prime plan for a year, you get free trainings for the entire team for the first year. You will save $5,400 with a team of 3 persons and $18,000 with a team of 10. Sign up either online or contact our sales at

For all our existing Pro Tools and Support customers – you can keep your current model or upgrade at any time by talking to our sales.

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Contributing back to Vaadin

Being an open source project, our goal at Vaadin has always been to enable contributing to the framework as easily as possible. And we’ve accomplished that quite well - Vaadin wouldn’t be what it is today without your feedback and help.

Everything we do is fully open in our public Trac system and GitHub where you have the chance to follow what we are working on during any minute of the day. The best way to contribute back to Vaadin has been, and still is, by writing a ticket about an issue that has bugged you - preferably with an attached patch to fix the issue.

A couple of years back we also invested heavily in a plug-in architecture for Vaadin and after that launched the Vaadin Directory - the place for you to share your add-ons. The Vaadin Directory today contains over 370 add-ons and the amount of add-ons is growing all the time.

But we’ve been lacking the last missing link: an easy way to give you the freedom to commit directly to the core of Vaadin. We’re happy to announce that using Gerrit we can now extend the review policy, we’ve been using internally, to the entire Vaadin community.

Be a part of the core committers of Vaadin. Start by reading through the Contributing Code article, create your accounts according to the instructions and get started today.

For a summary on different ways of contributing back to Vaadin, please check out the Contribute community-page.