In this chapter, we learned about some advanced features of Vaadin that span a large perimeter. In the first section, we saw the following use-cases and the way Vaadin could meet our needs out-of-the-box:
- Should we need to go deeper in order to access any of the available web contexts (servlet, application and session), we just have to make our application implement
- With the help of Vaadin's bookmarking capabilities, we can capture the state of a window, and set it as an URL fragment on the address bar while staying on the same screen. Also, the reverse can be done: taking the fragment and using it to set information on the window, all thanks to the
- Moreover, we learned how legacy applications ...