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    Hi Folks,

    I did a small exercise with Spring Roo and I am happy enough with it to share it with the world. I am thinking of writing it up as a tutorial, but I would like some encouragement. Please comment if you would like me to write this one up?

    I don't pretend my example is perfect - but it does work. I'm happy to hear of better ways of doing things :-)

    My application is basically a cache for "RealUrl.org" - ie it finds out if a url has been shortened (eh by t.co) and returns the original url

    So it has a basic one entity with just a few columns. It has a web front end for viewing that data (and entering test data if you want). It also has a json way of extracting that data through REST and json.

    In order to debug the REST interface I used a cool ExtJS javascript from BTI360.com
    This should also be in the tutorial as it demonstrates a few extra things like it is easy to add ExtJS (and BTI360 deserve a mention :-)

    Although not Spring Roo - it uses Springs RestTemplate to make the call to RealUrl, and JaxB to parse the results.



    AlexMc
    http://www.owal.co.uk/

  • #2
    Sounds great! Please consider this as suitable encouragement...

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    • #3
      A tutorial is always welcome, so I encourage you to make one

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      • #4
        Yes Please, Yes please

        what more do I have to say.

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        • #5
          Absolutely! Go for it. Real world examples are illustrative, and helpful. We try to roundup good content and post everyweek in "This Week in Spring" (see, for example, http://www.springsource.org/node/3178 -- though there are a lot of others. It's published weekly..)

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