Ninja Framework Tuts


A series of layman friendly tutorials for the Ninja Framework, a full stack web framework for Java: Rock solid, fast, and super productive.

I don’t intend this to be an exhaustive guide to Ninja, but rather to complement its existing documentation in its website. Therefore it is recommended that you go through both the documentation there as well as these tutorials.

NOTE: This is still a work in progress. Stay tuned for more!

  1. PART 1 : Setting up Ninja with Netbeans
  2. PART 2: Adding CSS, Javascript Libraries using WebJars
  3. PART 3: Connect and Migrate a Database (H2, MySQL)

2 thoughts on “Ninja Framework Tuts

  1. I am using the ninja web framework for the first time and googling for examples/answers brought me here, where I find your tutorials to be written more clearly than most. So what topic will you be writing next? I am having problems with the logging and generate logs to even the console. So I am hoping you will be writing on how to use the logging functionality in codes…

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    • O… Unfortunately these tutorial series have been put on ice for the time being, but in the rare event should they resume I’d put your suggestion to close consideration.

      I’m very touched that you would think of such of my work, so thank you very much for that! 😀


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