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: C
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