Chapter 11. Roo add-ons
- Using Roo add-ons
- Writing your own add-ons
- Modifying your project configuration
- Providing Roo shell commands
- Learning Felix and OSGi terminology
In the previous chapter, you learned how to process email notifications to the customers of your sample Course Manager application. You also took steps to implement an asynchronous processing solution based on Java Message Service technology using two different JMS destinations (topic and queue).
In this and the next chapter, we explain how to install existing Roo add-ons from the central Roo add-on repository. Then we show you how to write and install your own add-ons, beginning with the somewhat confusingly named simple add-on. Finally, we discuss ...