We can't live without Javadoc, but even if it useful, it's not complete. One missing thing is UML within the Javadoc.
To add UML to your Javadoc, is quite simple. You need to add Graphviz into your maven build.
First you need to download and install Graphviz. Go there Graphviz
I would like to show you how you could extend your javadoc to include samples directly into the javadoc without extra work.
What I don't like about javadoc is the lack of code sample. Something is can be hard to find the starting point of a new framework.
Let's show a example, it will be easier to understand, and so simple.
In a previous post : PART2 I describe how to run JSP over Grizzly. Now I'll show you how to run PHP over Grizzly.
here a sample web.xml file for PHP support. (I'm using Quercus, but you could use native PHP too).
Grizzly Deployer got lot of activity recently over mailing list, so I took the time to give you a new feature
that been added to the release 1.9.17. The Autodeploy command.
You should see that option like a default web.xml config that will be append to all your webapps
It has been a while since my last post, but I'm back :)
I worked hard on new features that will bring GWS Deployer to another level. You can check the features that were there before 1.9.17 in my previous post here
I did some enhancements to DisplayTag. You can start by reading my previous post on DisplayTag.
There were some features that I needed and Displaytag didn't have them. I took the source code and I did it.
The little baby : Grizzly http-deployer just moved from contrib to modules since release 1.9.11.
Grizzly Http-Deployer evolve since my previous post
New Grizzly enhancement : Servlet AutoDeployer.
There are few new options.
We got something really cool for Grizzly. It's a Servlet AutoDeployer for GrizzlyWebServer.
Now that it said.. let's talk more about that.
When you have servlets, you will need a AppServer or a WebServer to deploy your applications. Nothing new there.. it's a been like that for years. Mostly you had to create a web.xml, put that in a war and deploy it.
I did a previous post about how to do it with XMLBean or JABX, but it was more an example how to do it. This time is the real deal.
I created a little demo to show how easy it can be to create a kit of classes from DTD and XSD using Maven and JAXB.
To generate from XSD schemas
In your pom.xml, you will have to add this.