jMaki Book Table of Contents

  1. Core Concepts (the problem being solved)
  2. Introduction to the Framework
    1. tools
      • The NetBeans jMaki plugin allows developers to drag and drop jMaki widgets in their JSP pages. Install NetBeans 5.x, the jMaki Plugin, and build a simple web app in minutes.
      • See also a screencast on building an application using NetBeans and jMaki.
      • Also available is an Eclipse Plugin for jMaki. This screencast shows how to install the plugin and develop a web application using jMaki.
    2. supported languages/environments/technologies
    3. HelloWorld example
  3. Data Models
  4. Actions & Action Glue
  5. Architectural View of an Application
  6. More Advanced Topics
    1. Glue
    2. Filters
    3. Extensions
    4. Internationalization
    5. JPA
    6. jMaki.js
  7. Mashups
    1. Creating mashups with jMaki - Display RSS feed in jMaki Widgets. This screencast shows how to display an RSS feed in a jMaki widget.
    2. Creating mashups with jMaki - Mashing up the Maps. This screencast shows how to display an RSS feed from Craig's list and mashup with Google maps.
    3. Accessing External Resources With the XMLHttpProxy Client - Learn how to integrate data from other services and create your own mashups with Java.
    4. Accessing External Service -This blog describes how external services are accessed in jMaki.
  8. How to write a Widget
  9. How to write a Widget Library
  10. Appendices:
    1. Web Statndards Primer - HTML, CSS, JavaScript