Red Hat JBoss Web Framework Kit 2.7

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Tutorials for new users

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Abstract

This document details how to get started with JBoss Web Framework Kit in Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio.
1. Introduction to Red Hat JBoss Web Framework Kit and Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio
1.1. About Red Hat JBoss Web Framework Kit
1.1.1. About the JBoss Web Framework Kit Tiers
1.1.2. About the JBoss Web Framework Kit Distribution
1.2. About Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio
1.2.1. Use Cases of JBoss Developer Studio
1.3. Using JBoss Web Framework Kit in JBoss Developer Studio
2. Start Developing with JBoss Web Framework Kit
2.1. About Start Developing
2.2. Start Developing System Requirements
2.3. Start Developing Prerequisite Tasks
2.3.1. Configure Maven
2.3.2. Set Up a Server Using Runtime Detection
3. HTML5 Archetype Tutorial
3.1. About the HTML5 Archetype
3.2. Tutorial-specific Prerequisites
3.3. Tutorial Overview
3.4. Create the HTML5 Project
3.5. Deploy and View the Application
3.5.1. Deploy the Application to the JBoss EAP Server
3.5.2. View the Application with BrowserSim
3.6. Change the Application Client-side Functionality
3.6.1. Enable LiveReload in BrowserSim
3.6.2. Modify index.html
3.7. Change the Application Server-side Functionality
3.7.1. Modify Member.java
3.7.2. Republish the Application
4. TicketMonster Example Tutorial
4.1. About the TicketMonster Application
4.2. Tutorial Overview
4.3. Tutorial-specific Prerequisites
4.4. Create the TicketMonster Project
4.4.1. Obtain the Project Source Code
4.4.2. Import the Project Source Code
4.5. Deploy and View Application
4.5.1. Deploy to the JBoss EAP Server
4.5.2. Deploy to OpenShift Online
4.5.3. View the OpenShift Application in a Browser
4.6. Change the Application
4.7. Redeploy the Changed Application to OpenShift
5. Additional Tutorials
A. Revision History