The “Developer’s Guide” is the “big documentation” behind CaptainCasa Enteprise WEB Client:
(Click onto the image for opening the document.)
Please note: the demo workplace is an essential part of CaptainCasa’s documentation concept as well. The demo workplace shows a lot of examples about how to use components – together with some explanation, the Java-code and the layout-XML-definition. The demo workplace is part of the installation – and can also be viewed on our demo server (>DEMO WORKPLACE<).
The document “Setting up a Maven Project” explains how to set up a Maven-style web project. Please download >HERE<.
CaptainCasa regularly publishes updates of its software. The information about changes is kept in a “Change Log”. Please download >HERE<.
The document “Addons” provides information about the addon-package that comes with the CaptainCasa delivery. The package contains a library of page bean components that provide pre-packaged functions, including a scaffolding-framework for quickly creating list/edit screens. Please download >HERE<.
The document “CCEE (CaptainCasa Enterprise Edition)” provides information about the “CCEE”-package – a very useful collection of functions and frameworks for developing the business logic below the user interface layer. Please download >HERE<.
The document “CCEE Spring” provides information about how to ingegrate CaptainCasa with Spring, so that UI-classes are loaded by Spring context definitions. Please download >HERE<.
The document “Subdevice Connectivity” explains the basics how to integrate the RISC Client with some client side interfaces (e.g. Legic Card reader, serial scanner, …). Please download >HERE<.
The document “Tomcat in a box” provides information how to start Tomcat and the Browser dialog in “fat client mode”. Please view >HERE<.