IntroductionI've been taking a short break before moving on to new challenges. With this occasion I'm tidying several older personal projects. Among these, my Haiku Gallery.
I resumed the review from watching again "Intro to Java. Unit 14. Intro to Java EE. GlassFish. Servlets." by Yakov Fain:
After reading Lesson 26 of Java Programming 24-Hour Trainer I wrote the vote servlet, adapted the client side of my application, packed everything in a WAR file using Eclipse IDE, and uploaded the archive to the Azure Cloud. As illustrated below.
The Client Side of VoteMyHaiku App
Vote My Haiku in the Azure Cloud:http://votemyhaiku.azurewebsites.net/
Conclusions1. I love Visual Studio Online "Monaco"!
Homework (to self)1. Warming up: Respond with beautiful HTML from the Vote Server Servlet.
2. Advanced: Persist votes in an SQL database. Re-order haiku pieces dynamically, based on voting results, and create a 'Top 3' section on the page.