Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Alfresco Cloud Beta - First Steps


In this short screencast (4:18 min) you will see my first walk through of Alfresco Cloud (currently available by invitation only).

Thank you for wathching!
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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Getting started with PlayN (Part II)

Part I has shown how to install and use the PlayN a cross-platform game abstraction library. In this screencast you will see how to use Eclipse IDE to run/edit/debug cross-platform games developed with PlayN.

This short (4 minutes) screencast shows the same "Showcase example" presented at Google I/O 2011: "Kick-ass Game Programming with Google Web Toolkit" by Ray Cromwell and Philip Rogers.

In this video more emphasis are put on tool (Eclipse & PlayN) usage:







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Sunday, January 15, 2012

Getting started with PlayN - cross platform game library

PlayN is a cross-platform game abstraction library, developed by Google, for writing multiplatform (Desktop, HTML5,  Android) games. PlayN is the platform used to port "Angry Birds" to HTML5 and Chrome. 


In this short (3:30 min) screencast you will see how to install and compile PlayN samples to 'desktop Java' and HTML5 browser.



In the next screencast we will show how to use Eclipse IDE with PlayN framework.
Stay Tuned!


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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

How to install and run Dart Editor

In this short screencast (2:30 min) you will see how to install and use new Google Dart editor (currently in alpha).




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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

How To: GWT 2.1 and SpringSource Tool Suite (STS)

In this two-part screencast you are going to see how to install and use the SpringSource Tool Suite with a Google Web Toolkit to develop a working web application. Screencast is based on Gooogle I/O 2010 presentation with detailed step by step instructions how to install and use STS with GWT 2.1


Install and configure SpringSource Tool Suite (03:00):

Create a simple GWT/Roo application: (02:50):

Second screencast is derived from Google I/O example by Ben Alex:

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