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Building A React Application With Java EE Backend

In this screencast I created Java EE 7 application with installed CORS filter and exposed a String array as JSON.

Finally, I created a react application in ES2015 and used plain, old XMLHttpRequest to access the backend service. The output was rendered as HTML list.

Is React library not enough? Checkout the screencast: Building An Angular 2 Application With Java EE 7 Backend

Interested in ReactJS, Angular 2 or Java EE? Checkout: workshops.adam-bien.com.


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Airport MUC workshops: Java EE 7: Bootstrap, Effective, Architectures, Web, React and Angular, Testing and Microservices

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Comments:

Hello Adam,

very interesting video. My question is how do you deploy such application? Do you have a WAR with react js application in WEB-INF or do you run it as separate module like in this video using node js?

Posted by Erik on September 28, 2016 at 10:47 AM CEST #

Will you be making this available on GitHub?

Posted by Bradley McKinley on December 02, 2016 at 02:12 PM CET #

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