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Get started developing The JBoss Way by following this inclusive tutorial.
The target audience for this tutorial are those individuals who do not yet have a great deal of experience with Eclipse + JBoss Tools (JBoss Developer Studio), JBoss Enterprise Application 6 or JBoss AS 7, Java EE 6 features like JAX-RS or HTML5 & jQuery for building an mobile web front-end.
If you prefer to watch instead of read, a large portion of this content is also covered in video form at link.
In this tutorial, we will touch on the following: - Working with JBoss Developer Studio (Eclipse + JBoss Tools) - Creating of a Java EE 6 project via a Maven archetype - Leveraging m2e and m2e-wtp - Using Forge to create a JPA entity - Using Hibernate Tools - Database Schema Generation - Deployment to a local JBoss Server - Adding a JAX-RS endpoint - Adding a jQuery Mobile client - Using the Mobile BrowserSim
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