Simple Vaadin application. This project demonstrates:
- How to catch all uncaught exception in a Vaadin application
- Send email from an Vaadin application using JavaMail (JSR 919) included in Java EE 7 (JSR342)
Running the example:
git clone https://github.com/samie/vaadin-javamail-sample.git cd vaadin-javamail-sample mvn wildfly:run
After these steps you have WildFly application server run on localhost application up and you can test the application at localhost:8080/vaadin-javamail-sample-1.0-SNAPSHOT
You can find the code for the application in ErrorHandlingUI.java.
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