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  • Title Book of Vaadin
  • Author(s) Vaadin Team
  • Publisher: Independently published (2019); eBook (Vaadin.com, 2019)
  • Paperback: 571 pages
  • eBook HTML and PDF (137 pages)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10/ASIN: 1692121448
  • ISBN-13: 978-1692121440
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Book Description

This is the reference manual to Vaadin. It will give you an introduction and work as your guide for building great looking, high performing web applications. Vaadin is an open source web framework.

All of your code is executed on the server's JVM, while the UI is automatically rendered inside the browser as Web Components and interactions are automatically communicated between the browser and the server.

Vaadin is component based so you can build your UI using layouts, components and event listeners.

By the end of this book you will be able to architect, implement, and deploy stunning Vaadin applications, and have the knowledge to master web development with Vaadin.

  • A one-stop book to enhance your working knowledge with Vaadin.
  • Explore and implement the architecture of Vaadin applications.
  • Delve into advanced topics such as data binding, authentication and authorization to improvise your application's performance.
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