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Offline YuriValle

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« Posted 2013-10-06 23:21:37 »

Hello all, I've just joined and I'd like to participate in the community, although it seems that most of you are making standalone games using java I am in a totally different direction.

I just finished my Java Course and, as project I made a game.
It is a rather simple game, it's webbased, so I use Tomcat 7 and PostgreSQL to save the data.

Although I want to upgrade, get somewhat of a version 2.0 of my game, so I started reading and trying to use PrimeFaces with no success. and I recently started with JPA to the persistance layer, so far, no success either.

Well, turns out I'm lost, my game works fine but it's definately not a good game due the graphical reasons.
Anyone has any idea of how and/or where I should start to deal with my Primefaces and JPA learning ?

Thanks guys!
Offline YuriValle

Junior Newbie

« Reply #1 - Posted 2013-10-10 11:56:24 »

No ideas anyone ?
Perhaps a 'working' PrimeFaces or a JPA tutorial  ?
Offline xsvenson
« Reply #2 - Posted 2013-10-10 12:15:43 »

Hello all, I've just joined and I'd like to participate in the community, although it seems that most of you are making standalone games using java I am in a totally different direction.
I think that's the reason there hasn't been any comments yet. Really huge part of this community is working on standalone non-web technologies though I guess lot of people have also experience with web technologies.

I myself have never heard of PrimeFaces and I don't work directly with JPA, for that, I rather have different frameworks (currently spring + hibernate).

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Offline YuriValle

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2013-10-11 13:19:59 »

I see. Well, I'll share what I get once my game has reached an "ok" "alpha" stage.

Thanks. Smiley
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