TeaVM/Flavour: A Great Web Toolkit for Java
If you are one of the many Java developers who wants to make a quick,
fast, web application, you owe it to yourself to check out TeaVM and
Flavour. This pair of tools lets you create single-page web apps
using Java tooling, with convenient hooks to communicate with your
Java back-end. Remember the joy, convenience, and productivity of a
strongly-type language and great tools from top to bottom of your app?
Those days are back!
Java for the Modern Browser
This lets you write Java code that can execute in the browser, along
with pre-built convenience wrappers for numerous popular browser
Flavour takes it to the next level, providing type-safe HTML
templates, binding, and service wrappers for Java. The demos show the
power of this combination.
Full-stack, In-browser Java!
Now you can build a full-stack application in a single Maven project.
Your back-end can provide a JAX-RS service, and the Flavour front-end
can easily and quickly invoke the service, and manipulate the data
in-browser. Since the TeaVM/Flavour code is executing in-browser, it
can instantly respond to user interaction without requiring a round
trip. No need for legacy technologies that require round-trips for
each click or focus change. You will be blown away by the performance.
Read on for some specific use cases and how to solve them with TeaVM:
Last modified on 5 Aug 2018 by AO
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