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CUBA Platform: TypeScript SDK and REST API

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In this article, we will talk about the feature of the CUBA platform that exists for quite a long time, but is still not widely known – front-end SDK generator, and see how it works with CUBA’s REST API addon. Java+JavaScript – marriage born in web Only eight years ago we, Java developers, used JavaScript as a “second-class citizen” language ...

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What’s new in CUBA 7

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Three years ago we announced the second publicly available major version of the framework. CUBA 6 was the game changing version – the licensing was turned from proprietary to Apache 2.0. Those days we couldn’t even guess where it was going to bring the framework in long term. CUBA community started to grow exponentially, so we have learned a lot of possible ...

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In any incomprehensible situation go scripting

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Scripting is one of the most popular ways to make your application adjustable for client needs right at runtime. As always, this approach brings not only good, e.g. there is a well-known trade-off between flexibility and manageability. This article is not one of those which theoretically discuss pros and cons, it practically shows different ways of how to adopt scripting ...

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Validation in Java applications

I often have seen projects that didn’t have almost any conscious strategy for data validation. Their teams worked under the great pressure of deadlines, unclear requirements and just didn’t have enough time to make validation in a proper and consistent way. So data validation code could be found everywhere: in Javascript snippets, Java screen controllers, business logic beans, domain model ...

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Meet CLI for CUBA Platform

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There is no secret, that the world of software developers, especially Java developers, is full of keyboard maniacs who’d better type 10-15 letters over one mouse click. And our community is not an exception, therefore we’ve been frequently asked questions like “How can I start a project without CUBA Studio?” or “Is there light-weight free command line alternative to CUBA ...

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Vaadin Flow – a marvelous deer

As you probably know, Vaadin is one of the most popular web frameworks on Java: https://zeroturnaround.com/rebellabs/java-web-frameworks-index-by-rebellabs/ https://javapipe.com/hosting/blog/best-java-web-frameworks/ Most recently a new release of this framework for web UI development was issued – Vaadin 10. The creators state Vaadin Flow as a new Java web framework for modern web apps and websites development (I don’t quite believe them here). It’s a ...

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Developing with CUBA – a big shift from Spring?

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Reading requirements for yet another web project for internal corporate use you (at least myself) usually see a pretty common set: well-defined data storage structure (or sometimes it’s an existing legacy DB), lots of forms for data entry, quite complex business logic, reporting and integrations with lots of existing corporate systems from accounting to supply management, thousands of concurrent users. ...

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What’s New in CUBA Platform 6.3

We are proud to announce the general availability of the new release of the CUBA Platform and Studio! Perhaps this is one of the most feature-rich platform releases ever – there are important changes on all levels: architecture, extensibility, API usability, and performance. This article covers major enhancements of the platform. The full list of changes is available in release ...

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How extensible is your framework?

Attending conferences we always get to meet highly qualified decision makers, who frequently ask the same question: ‘How extensible is your framework and what if I need more than you offer out-of-the-box?‘. The question is very reasonable, as they simply don’t want to be stuck right in the middle of the development curve, then realise  that the framework just doesn’t ...

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