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    March 31st, 2016

    As Hendrik stated rightfully in his post about the Dolphin Platform Jumstart maven archetype, Starting with a new technology is often hard.

    To make getting started with the Dolphin Platform in combination with Gradle easier for a broader audience, Maxim and me created a lazybones template for the jump start project of the Dolphin Platform during the last Hackergarten in Basel.

    It is based on the maven archetype (and adopting the actual example project from there) but is completely build with gradle and provides some other improvements like an integrated build for the polymer client.

    You can find it’s source project at https://github.com/canoo/dolphin-platform-lazybones-templates

    To actually use the template you need to have lazybones installed. The easiest way to get it is via SDKMAN.

    So first, let’s install that:
    $ curl -s http://get.sdkman.io | bash
    (Windows users: look for the Powershell version)

    Then, we can use it to install gradle and lazybones:
    $ sdk install lazybones $ sdk install gradle

    Next register the dolphin-platform-lazybones-templates repository with Lazybones‘ config file. Edit

    bintrayRepositories = [ “canoo/dolphin-platform-lazybones-templates”, “pledbrook/lazybones-templates” ]

    If everything is fine, issuing the command
    $ lazybones list

    should list the Dolphin Platform template:
    Available templates in canoo/dolphin-platform-lazybones-templates dolphin-platform-spring-boot

    Now, we can use it to create a new Dolphin Platform project:
    $ lazybones create dolphin-platform-spring-boot MyProject

    The generated project contains a complete Gradle build, so you can use that to import it into your IDE that supports Gradle (like Eclipse or IntelliJ).

    To get an idea on how to proceed from here, have a look at the README of the generated project.

    If you have any questions about Dolphin Platform you can now use the “dolphin-platform” tag at stack overflow. If you are new to Dolphin Platform, find more about it on dolphin-platform.io

    Happy coding :)

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    Canoo RIA Suite 2014 Update 3 available

    March 23rd, 2016

    Canoo RIASuite team is pleased to announce that Canoo RIA-Suite 2014 Update 3 (v 8.0.3) is now available for download from http://ulc.canoo.com/downloads/index.html.

    This is a minor release. It includes some bug fixes and feature requests.

    Please see the release notes http://ulc.canoo.com/external/releasenotes.html for more details.

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    newscamp ’16 in Augsburg

    March 21st, 2016

    On April 20-21, 2016, our partner Newsfactory invites media companies to the annual newscamp conference which will take place in Augsburg, Germany. Once again, Canoo is proud sponsor of this event.

    Together with Newsfactory, we developed a new functionality which will be made available to customers this summer. Martin Koper, project lead at Newsfactory, will introduce this functionality to you during his talk “newsLab: Einblicke in das Newsfactory Labor”.

    Afterwards, you may of course also talk to our expert Holger Keibel.

    For more information please visit www.newscamp.de or send us an email to findit-info@canoo.com.

    See you in Augsburg.

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