Let see with the case of Vue.js how to fix it very easily.
This powerful architecture can sometimes reveal some challenges in the build pipeline.
However today it is not that hard to mix both frontend and backend build tools to get a single build pipeline easily integrable in a continuous integration solution.
To illustrate that we’ll digg into how to create an Angular 2 application packaged with Maven.
When developping a web application one boring task can be to redeploy an application for a css update.
There were some solution in tomee maven plugin (mainly synchronization based on timers) but this is not as smooth as it should be.
That’s why the plugin was enhanced for the coming 1.7.0.
Regularly we see TomEE users wanting to deploy their app in Tomcat. Most of the time it is because they can’t select the container (company policy, cloud…).
Until now it needed some advanced knowledge, now it is easier :).
Websocket is a new very interesting feature. The idea is to allow a bidirectional communication between the browser and the “other side” (let say for this article the server).
How does it work? Can it work with CDI? What about TomEE?