Webinar Recording: Developing Web Applications with WildFly 8
Last wednesday we had a great webinar with Arun Gupta about developing web applications with WildFly, the Red Hat's open-source application server. In case you've missed it, here's the recording: In addition to showcasing WildFly Arun gives a general overview of JBoss Middleware, shows JBoss Forge, and also demonstrates how easy it is to deploy OpenShift applications from IntelliJ IDEA. UPDATE: Check out the questions you asked during the webinar below answered by Arun and me: (more…)
Setup application server in ‘New Project’ wizard
IntelliJ IDEA 10 includes an option to setup an application server right in the New Project Wizard. You only need to specify a directory where the server is installed: IntelliJ IDEA will create a sample application, setup it accordingly for the selected server and will add a corresponding Run Configuration. Once project is created you can just click Run button to start the server.
JBoss Plugin for IntelliJ IDEA
Now the blog has one more category - "plugins". This category will collect short overviews of the most interesting and useful plugins for IntelliJ IDEA. So, if you know about the one - request a tip using the small form on a side-bar to the right or send your own overview to us. The first plugin presented here is JBoss plugin created by Martin Fuhrer. The plugin provides integration with JBoss 3.2 and 4.0 application servers. It allows configuring JBoss application servers for deploying, running and debugging web- and enterprise applications directly from IntelliJ IDEA. The plugin is free and