thank you for the advice
I have a poor understanding of Maven, so I can only add functionality in the basic way.
I know myself
1 Build and run using Eclipse and GWT plugin
2 Add jar to build path
3 Add by adding <inherits> tag
If you prefer, it would be helpful if you could download the jars you need for domino-rest.2022年5月24日火曜日 22:16:47 UTC+9 frank.h...@googlemail.com:
You can use domino-rest without using maven. But Maven will make things much easier.There are several examples demontrating the use of the Domino-Stack (including domino-rest) Also, in most cases, it does not depend on Eclipse. F.e.: check: https://github.com/NaluKit/nalu-examples/tree/main/nalu-complex-app-example. This example demonstrate how to do things in Nalu. This example uses domino-rest for the communication. (I am pretty sure Ahmad & Rafat have similar examples using the domino stack). Just follow the instructions inside the readme.txt. All you need to do is to install Java and Maven and make it available from your terminal.hprc schrieb am Dienstag, 24. Mai 2022 um 02:15:12 UTC+2:Re [domino-rest]
It's a great API, you can use POJO and REST respectively.
However, I don't know how to use ECLIPSE + GWT + MOVEN, so it's sad that I can't use it right away.
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