Tuesday Nov 18, 2008

Screencast #28: Simple Web Application using Eclipse and GlassFish v3 Prelude


GlassFish v3 Prelude is now available! Some of the cool features are:
  • Modularity using OSGi
  • Rapid deployment using retain session data across HTTP redeploys and deploy-on-save
  • Embeddability
  • Dynamic languages and frameworks
  • Faster start up time
  • Integrated NetBeans and Eclipse tooling
  • Comet and Cometd
This screencast shows how you can create a simple Web application using JSP and Servlets in Eclipse 3.4, deploy it directly on GlassFish v3, use rapid deployment, and debug the application.


The GlassFish plugin for Eclipse has many more features than demonstrated in this screencast and are explained here.

A complete list of GlassFish related screencasts is available here. Other screencasts published on this blog are available here.

Also see GlassFish v3 running using Equinox, Rails and Merb applications using GlassFish Gem, and Embeddable GlassFish.

Submit your bugs Eclipse/GlassFish bugs here, talk to us using GlassFish Plugins Forum, and get the latest information on glassfishplugins.dev.java.net.

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Sunday Nov 09, 2008

Screencast #27: Simple Web Application using NetBeans 6.5 IDE and GlassFish v3 Prelude


GlassFish v3 Prelude is now available!

It contains a Java EE 5-based Web stack. A comprehensive tooling by NetBeans IDE allows to easily develop Web applications and deploy directly on GlassFish v Prelude. Rapid deployment feature of GlassFish allows to redeploy applications without losing session state. Using the deploy-on-save feature of NetBeans the complete development cycle is reduced to edit-save-refresh. There is no longer a need to wait for explicit deployment any more, cool isn't it ?

And you can even purchase enterprise support as well!

This screencast shows how you can create a simple Web application using JSP and Servlets in NetBeans IDE, deploy it directly on GlassFish v3 and then debug it.


Are you still doing the conventional edit-save-deploy-refresh conventional development cycle ? Use NetBeans and GlassFish together to liberate yourself :)

File GlassFish related bugs here using "web_container" sub-component. File NetBeans related bug here using "glassfish_v3" sub-component. Ask your GlassFish related questions on webtier@glassfish.dev.java.net or NetBeans related questions on nbusers@netbeans.org.

All other GlassFish related screencasts are available here.

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