Today is my first day in my new job at RedHat. I’m excited to join the EAP core team and looking forward to the things to come…
The JSON/XML mapper Piriti is heavily based on deferred binding and code generation.
As I started to implement code generators in Piriti I looked around how other projects deal with it and read through
the official documentation on the
GWT site. The usual way to generate code is to extend
com.google.gwt.core.ext.Generator and then call
GeneratorContext.tryCreate(TreeLogger, String, String). The returned PrintWriter is then often wrapped into
some kind of IndentedWriter
like the one used by GWT itself. This class adds methods to indent and unindent code and supports
behaviour. Finally the writer is used to generate all code.
I’m pleased to announce the first beta of the upcoming Piriti 0.7.0 release. Piriti 0.7.0 is a major release with breaking API changes, lots of new features and bugfixes.
The book covers also a lot of GWTP and its core examples are great illustrations for many features of the framework! It also makes use of Gin, Guice, Twig-Persist, Mockito and many other useful tools.
Go check it out: http://code.google.com/p/gwt-gae-book/
Many thanks to Marius for such a valuable resource, and congratulations on publishing it!
I’m pleased to announce Piriti 0.6. This is a major update which adds support for JSONPath expressions. Please take a look at the release notes for further info.
Currently I’m developing a personal time recording tool based on GWT and deployed at Google App Engine. Besides being useful I wanted to use the latest web techniques / frameworks in a real application. Karaka uses the following stack:
A common requirement for resources which return large collections of records is paging. Paging can be implemented in many different ways.
I’m pleased to announce Piriti 0.4. This is a major update which adds support for namespaces in XML document and XPath expressions. Please take a look at the release notes for further info.
I’m pleased to announce the first release of Totoe. Totoe is a XML parser for GWT which comes with XPath and namespace support. It originated from Piriti a JSON and XML mapper for GWT.