We learned some cool features in this chapter:
- We configured our development environment using Eclipse, NetBeans, and Maven.
- We learned the details of the code IDE wizards (or Maven) generated when we create a new project.
- We learned how components are internally arranged in a tree, where the root is a class extending
- We learned that the
init method of our
UI class is like a starting point for building our user interface.
- We used labels and buttons and attached them to a vertical layout.
- We also learned how easy it is to show notifications using the static methods of the
Now you are able to develop simple web applications using Vaadin. The next chapter will teach you how to use more complex input components.