Vaadin framework for building Google App Engine (GAE) applications using the GAE datastore
This has become a full-featured framework for bridging the gap between Vaadin and Google App Engine (GAE) apps which use the GAE datastore. The standard relied upon is JDO. It started out as a special container for use in Vaadin tables that would seamlessly handle interactions with the datastore.
The aim has now become to enable Vaadin-based GAE applications where the main work in building the application is defining the datastore Pojos (classes extending AbstractGAEPojo) used by the application.
The included demo shows a simple application that allows adding, deleting, and editing a GAEPojo called SimpleBeanableClass. The code now includes a fair amount of documentation.
In addition to the usual GAE related libraries (appengine, datanucleus, GWT, jdo2, and vaadin) it also uses commons-lang 2.5 (http://commons.apache.org/lang/), and PasswordField-0.2.jar which are not included.