2 years 3 months ago

We are proud to announce the general availability of the new release of the CUBA Platform and Studio!
Perhaps this is one of the most feature-rich platform releases ever - there are important changes on all levels: architecture, extensibility, API usability, and performance.

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2 years 4 months ago

We are happy to announce the availability of the release candidates of the Platform 6.3 and Studio 2.3 versions!

Please take a look at the release notes:

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2 years 5 months ago

As you may know, CUBA Platform is all about fast web enterprise applications development - achieving this via a combination of pre-built features, extensive scaffolding and visual UI design. However, development is only one part of the project lifecycle, so the platform team took one step further and provided developers with a fully scalable automatic deployment feature.

CUBA Platform and Jelastic
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2 years 6 months ago

Attending conferences we always get to meet highly qualified decision makers, who frequently ask the same question: ‘How open is your framework and what if I need more than you offer out-of-the-box?‘. The question is very reasonable, as they simply don’t want to be stuck right in the middle of the development curve, then realise  that the framework just doesn’t allow implementing some features or, likely, if you use open source product, it requires an unpredictably long time to dig deeper to poorly documented parts of the framework.

In this article I will illustrate how you can integrate 3rd party visual components into the CUBA Platform.

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2 years 8 months ago

It has been a year and several important releases since CUBA Platform was presented to the international developers community, so in this article I would like to provide an updated overview, explaining what value it brings to enterprise software developers.

Readers will learn:

  • What is CUBA Platform and its architecture?
  • What types of solutions CUBA Platform is most efficient at?
  • How does the platform cut development time?
  • What environments can CUBA applications be deployed to?
  • How to migrate a legacy solution to CUBA?
  • What is the licensing of the platform and its development tools?
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2 years 9 months ago

The long-awaited moment has come, and now we are happy to announce that the CUBA Platform has finally joined the free software community! From now on, all the runtime part of the platform is open source and distributed under the Apache 2.0 license. This means that you will be able to create and distribute your applications absolutely for free! So, go ahead and start your CUBA application right now!

In this post, I would like to highlight why and how we have changed the licensing track.

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2 years 9 months ago

We are proud to announce the general availability of new versions of the CUBA Platform and Studio. The most radical change is licensing - since 6.1 version CUBA is distributed under the Apache 2.0 License. Also, as usual, the new version of the CUBA platform brings in several major new features, along with improvements and bug fixes.

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2 years 11 months ago
When we started the development of CUBA Studio, we already had built up a large quantity of experience with Vaadin in CUBA Platform, because the generic UI of the platform is also built over this framework. So, why did we choose Vaadin? In this post I will highlight the most valuable features and interesting use cases.

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3 years 1 month ago

After an incredibly busy few weeks, we’ve now had time to reflect on the exciting week we spent at JavaOne Conference in San-Francisco. The conference gave insights on where Java community is heading, sparked many ideas for the CUBA Platform and allowed us to meet some outstanding guys, so I decided to share our impressions on the event.

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3 years 2 months ago

The new version of the CUBA platform has been released, bringing in several major new features, along with a number of bug fixes and improvements.

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