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There are several applications included in the Project Wonder source. These may be buildable and runnable with no modifications, though some have dependencies on, for example, certain databases. The goal, though, is for them to be as easy to run as possible and that they should represent "pretty good practices" in using the Project Wonder frameworks. The applications may also be used for testing the Project Wonder frameworks, and you may be able to see how to add testing to your own projects by examining these applications.

You can access the source of the example applications from the Project Wonder SourceForge pages. Links appear below. These applications were launched in Eclipse using WOLips 3.5.6021. The app was just launched. If it gave an error out-of-the-box, this was noted.

Application/Example

Launches?

Description

Demonstrates what?

Link to demo

AjaxExample

OK

Ajax-ish goodness. The app launches from ~/Roots with no configuration and includes Selenium tests via a link in the Main component.

TBD


AjaxExample2

OK

Even more ajax-ish goodness, more recently created. The app launches from ~/Roots with no configuration and includes Selenium tests via a link in the Main component.

TBD

 

AjaxLookExample

EXCEPTION

A D2W look, added later than either AjaxExample or AjaxExample2. Uses the same database as BugTracker.

TBD

 

BackgroundTasks

OK

Shows how to run tasks in the background. Demoed at WOWODC 2011.

 

 

BugTracker

EXCEPTION

A full bug tracking database, suitable for production use. Uses many wonderful D2W and Ajax features. This project has been in Project Wonder for a very long time and is kept current by project committers. See Getting Started with BugTracker for more information on getting the application started. It will not launch unless JDBC parameters are properly set, e-mail notification parameters are set, and the database and tables for it already exist. Demoed at WOWODC 2007.

Lots of things.

 

D2WComponentTour

OK

A general tour.

TBD

 

DevStudio

EXCEPTION

TBD

TBD

 

DRGroupingTest

OK

TBD

TBD

 

DocsByExample

OK

TBD

TBD

 

DynaReporter

OK

TBD

TBD

 

ERCayenneExample

OK

TBD

TBD

 

ERComponentTour

OK

Catalog of ER WO components.

ERPChart, ExcelGenerator, GoogleChart


ERDivaLookExample

OK

TBD

TBD


ERDivaliteExample

OK

TBD

TBD

 

ERDistributionExampleServer

OK

TBD

TBD


ERIUIExample

OK

TBD

TBD

 

ERIndexingExample

OK

TBD

TBD

 

ERJasperReportsExample

OK

TBD

TBD

 

ERMailer

EXCEPTION

 

 

 

ERModernMoviesDemo

 

 

 

 

ERMovies

OK

A simple ER-D2W WO application that uses the Movies database, access via JDBC to a Derby database. Database is loaded from movies.jar in Resources of ERMoviesLogic framework.

TBD

 

EROpenIDExample

OK

See Project WONDER-Frameworks-EROpenID for more info.

TBD

 

ERPDFExamples

OK

Basic demonstration of rendering components to PDF using the flying saucer implementation or Apache FOP.
Demonstrates minimal setup rendering of component and the addition of css styles to affect output using flying saucer.
The FOP examples demonstrate XSL transformation and layout of a basic XML dataset and a more complicated example of rendering HTML using FOP and a transform that exercies XPATH to create a table of contents and document sections.
Requires no database connection to run.

ERPDFGeneration

 

ERRestRouteExample

OK

See the "ERRest" presentation made by Mike Schrag at WO-NoVA on February 16th 2010 in the WebObjects Podcast.

 


ERSeleniumExample

OK

A minimal demonstration. When Selenium tests are in most or all of the examples, this can probably be eliminated.

TBD


ERWebSocketExample

OK

 

 

 

ERXTest

 

 

 

 

JavaRESTAdaptorExample

EXCEPTION

TBD

TBD

 

LuceneExample

 

 

 

 

MooToolsExample

OK

 

 

 

RestExample

OK

TBD

TBD

 

SecretPal

EXCEPTION

TBD

TBD

 

TestAdaptor

TBD

TBD

TBD

 

TickTockMan

OK

Attempts to show some of the issues and solutions with the management of time classes (eg NSTimestamp, NSTimestampFormatter) in Project Wonder.

Time


Uber

EXCEPTION


TBD


ValidityExample

OK

TBD

TBD

 

ValidityModeler

OK

Uses the components and classes provided by the com.gammastream.validity package. Is this compatible with or a replacement for the functionality in er.extensions.validity?

TBD

 

YUIExample

EXCEPTION

Demonstrates the use of the Yahoo UI widgets.

YUIPanel, YUIShowPanelLink, YUITooltip, YUIHeader, YUIBody, YUIFooter

 

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