Speaker : Harald Pehl (RedHat)
Wildfly Management Console, written in GWT
Quick demo of management console
Configring the Wildly server
Deployments, Configuring AP, subsystems, …
Project created in 2011, Feb.
Code base : 150kLOC, mostly Java GWT code.
Different declinaisons : Community version and commercial version, with different look and feel and some functionalities only available on commercial edition.
7 years support.
Dependencies are kept at the minimal level : - gwt from ArcBees, - gin, - guava, - gwt-log (allen-sauer)
Maven module == GWT module Annotation processors Code splpitting Stick to GWT MVP Composition over Inheritance Async Flow => github.com/hal/core/tree/master/flow Circuit => github.com/hal/circuit (data flow, escape callback hell, coordinate asynchronous tasks)
Circuit is inspired by Flux (part of React.js). Unidirectional data flow.
- No UiBinder
- Vanilla GWT widgets
- Cell Widgets
- Styled with external CSS (PatternFly)
- Builder like APIs
- Use what’s there,
- Composition over inheritance,
- Do not fear code duplication (eases maintenance because limits bug fixing regression),
- Factor out only if necessary.