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Waves of inspiration

Just like we ourselves are mostly water, 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered in water. This simple molecule is the building block to our planet and affects everything else. This is the beauty of simplicity – just as small drops make up a lake, we too as designers and engineers get inspiration from the simple things and are able to create better experiences for our customers.


Vaadin Plug-in for Eclipse now speaks Maven

A new major version of Vaadin Plug-in for Eclipse is out, now with full Maven support. Project wizards are based on Maven archetypes and widgetset compilation buttons trigger Maven goals when compiling. There is also an integrated notification center which will notify you of relevant news, directly in your IDE. 

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Vaadin Elements are now compatible with Angular 2

You are now able to use all Vaadin Elements and Polymer Elements seamlessly in Angular 2 projects, thanks to the angular2-polymer directive. We have provided you with both a text tutorial and a howto video to help you get started.

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Vaadin Designer IntelliJ Early Access Program is now open

You can now sign-up for the Early Access Program (EAP) and be the first to get your hands on the forthcoming Vaadin Designer for IntelliJ IDEA. EAP members will receive a private release before all the rest and also have a direct path to our R&D team for feedback and discussion. Apply now, we accept only a limited number of members to join.
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Connecting to MySQL databases

One of the most common things people do with Vaadin is a quick internal administration UI for their databases. Creating the actual UI is often the easiest part in the exercise, the harder part is to establish the connection to the database in a proper way. As MySQL is one of the most commonly used databases, we wrote a simple recipe to write a Java web app for your database.
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More on Vaadin + Spring Security

Last month we discussed about using a filter based approach to integrate Spring Security with Vaadin applications. An alternative method is to handle a bit more security issues at your UI code and use Spring Security’s method level constraint from there on. This approach gives you more flexibility and a better UX for your end users.
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Vaadin Summer School

You still have a chance to participate in Vaadin Summer School. Vaadin Trainings are still available online during July with a 20% discount.
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Vaadin is recruiting

We are looking for a talented UX Designer to our US office and an enthusiastic Junior Account Manager to join our Finland or Germany office. If you want to join us, apply already today! See more what our employees say about working at Vaadin in the blog.
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Vaadin Trainings 

Jul 11 - 15 Online EU 
Jul 11 - 15 Online US 
Aug 22 - 26
Turku, Finland

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Sep 5 - 9 Zürich, Switzerland
Sep 12 - 16 San Jose, US 
Sep 19 - 23 Düsseldorf, Germany
Sep 26 - 29
Online EU

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