|author||Alberto Mancini <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Sun Sep 25 21:20:51 2016 +0200|
|committer||Alberto Mancini <email@example.com>||Thu Sep 29 01:47:28 2016 +0200|
upgrades to appengine 1.9.42 Change-Id: Ib6c68b876508932ccb4a154e05646ef698220fae
gwt-site-webapp. This project includes the server an client code of the GWT site It does not include the site content which is in the gwt-site project nor the utilities for uploading the documentation to GAE Servers which are in the gwt-site-uploader project.
Requirements Apache Maven 3.0 or greater, and JDK 7+ in order to run.
Before building the project you may need gwt-site packaged file. Go to the
gwt-site folder and run:
$ cd [...]/gwt-site $ mvn install
To build and check the app, run
$ cd [...]/gwt-site-webapp $ mvn package
Now you can point your browser to the
target/www folder or you can serve its content with any web-server (i.e serve). Notice that the second way is needed if you want to test site navigation via Ajax.
Building will run the tests, but to explicitly run them you can use the test target
$ mvn test
Develop and Deploy. This app is thought to be run in GAE servers, so it comes with all dependencies for it.
To start the app using the App Engine Maven Plugin included in this project, just run the command:
$ mvn appengine:devserver
You might upload the gwt stuff to the local developer server, just open another terminal, go to the
gwt-site-uploader folder project and run:
$ cd [...]/gwt-site-uploader $ sh upload.sh localhost
If you wanted to deploy to production, you might change the
<application> section in the
src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/appengine-web.xml to point to the appropriate GAE instance and then deploy to Google servers running:
$ mvn appengine:update -DgaeAccount=your_google_account
For further information about GAE, consult the Java App Engine documentation.
To see all the available goals for the App Engine plugin, run
$ mvn help:describe -Dplugin=appengine