Custom project from start.vaadin.com
This project can be used as a starting point to create your own Vaadin application with Spring Boot.
It contains all the necessary configuration and some placeholder files to get you started.
Running the application
The project is a standard Maven project. To run it from the command line,
mvnw (Windows), or
./mvnw (Mac & Linux), then open
http://localhost:8080 in your browser.
You can also import the project to your IDE of choice as you would with any
Maven project. Read more on how to import Vaadin projects to different
IDEs (Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA, NetBeans, and VS Code).
Deploying to Production
To create a production build, call
mvnw clean package -Pproduction (Windows),
./mvnw clean package -Pproduction (Mac & Linux).
This will build a JAR file with all the dependencies and front-end resources,
ready to be deployed. The file can be found in the
target folder after the build completes.
Once the JAR file is built, you can run it using
java -jar target/myapp-1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar (NOTE, replace
myapp-1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar with the name of your jar).
||Client-side source directory|
||Frontend entrypoint, contains the client-side routing setup using Vaadin Router|
||Main layout Web Component, contains the navigation menu, uses App Layout|
||UI views Web Components (TypeScript)|
source directory, contains the server-side Java views
- Read the documentation at vaadin.com/docs.
- Create new projects at start.vaadin.com.
- Search UI components and their usage examples at vaadin.com/components.
- Discover Vaadin’s set of CSS utility classes that enable building any UI without custom CSS in the docs.
- Find a collection of solutions to common use cases in Vaadin Cookbook.
- Find Add-ons at vaadin.com/directory.
- Ask questions on Stack Overflow or join our Discord channel.
- Report issues, create pull requests in GitHub.