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Get started with JBoss EAP
Hello World for JBoss EAP Runtime via CodeReady Studio
Step by step guide on setting up your dev environment, installing and then building your first JBoss EAP application.
Explore dozens of quickstarts in these Github repos built by the Red Hat Middleware team. These small, specific, working examples that can be used as a reference for creating new projects that run localhost or on Red Hat OpenShift. If you are a beginner or new to JBoss EAP, start with the quickstarts labeled Beginner, then try those marked as Intermediate. When you are comfortable with those, move on to the Advanced quickstarts.
JBoss EAP Developer Quickstarts JBoss EAP Developer Resources
Docs and APIs
JBoss EAP 7.2.0
Red Hat Enterprise Application Platform is backed by a large community to help support you, along with sample code and documentation. Join the discussion and contribute to the open source community projects built into the Red Hat Enterprise Application Platform.
Hibernate ORM, a relational database persistence project
IronJacamar, the project for Java Connector architecture
JBoss Clustering web and web services projects, extending the application server
JBoss Microcontainer, the project supporting standalone JMX microkernels
JGroups, the project for group communication
Narayana, the transaction manager project
Open Services Gateway Initiative (OSGi), the project for modular dynamic code libraries
PicketLink, the project for identity management for Java apps
RESTEasy, the project for building RESTful services for Java apps
Weld, the project for creating contexts and dependency Injection for Jakarta EE
Wildfly, a flexible, lightweight, managed application runtime built on Jakarta EE 8
Wise, the project for no code web services implementations
- XNIO, the project for low-level IO and an alternative to NIO
The JBoss EAP Developer Contribution Guide has everything you need to get started with contribution.
Migrating Java applications into Red Hat OpenShift
Moving Java applications to Red Hat OpenShift can seem daunting, but it can be worthwhile. Join Red Hatters Derek Foster and Krystal Ying as they whiteboard the capabilities and benefits that OpenShift provides Java applications: horizontal scaling, load balancing, and support for continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD).
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