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JBoss Tools User Guide

Information about using the plug-ins comprising JBoss Tools


This document details how to use and customize the individual plug-ins comprising JBoss Tools.

1. Document Conventions
1.1. Typographic Conventions
1.2. Pull-quote Conventions
1.3. Notes and Warnings
2. Getting Help and Giving Feedback
1. Introduction to Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio
1.1. About Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio
1.2. Use Cases of JBoss Developer Studio
I. Tools for Every Project
2. JBoss Central and the JBoss Perspective
2.1. Overview of JBoss Central and the JBoss Perspective
2.1.1. About JBoss Central
2.1.2. About the JBoss Perspective
2.2. Features of JBoss Central and the JBoss Perspective
2.2.1. Features Overview
2.2.2. View JBoss Central
2.2.3. Access Project Wizards in JBoss Central
2.2.4. Access Information in JBoss Central
2.2.5. Update Software in JBoss Central
2.2.6. Open the JBoss Perspective
2.2.7. Manage JBoss Perspective
2.2.8. View Cheat Sheets
2.3. Customizing JBoss Central and the JBoss Perspective
2.3.1. Customizing Overview
2.3.2. Change the Behavior of JBoss Central on IDE Start
2.3.3. Customize the Default Tabs, Menus and Toolbars of the JBoss Perspective
2.3.4. Use Project Examples when Working Offline
2.3.5. Set Cheat Sheet Behavior
3. JBoss Server Tools
3.1. Overview of JBoss Server Tools
3.1.1. About JBoss Server Tools
3.2. Features of JBoss Server Tools
3.2.1. Features Overview
3.2.2. Download a JBoss Community Application Server
3.2.3. Define a Local Server with Runtime Detection
3.2.4. Create an Additional Server Runtime Environment
3.2.5. Define an Additional Local Server
3.2.6. Define a Remote Server
3.2.7. Manage Server Settings
3.2.8. Manage Server Settings in Overview Mode
3.2.9. Manage Server Settings in Deployment Mode
3.3. Customizing JBoss Server Tools
3.3.1. Customizing Overview
3.3.2. Enable Runtime Detection on IDE Start
3.3.3. Set a Default Server
3.3.4. Default Filesets
3.3.5. Default Classpath Entries
4. Forge Tools
4.1. Overview of Forge Tools
4.1.1. About Forge
4.1.2. About Forge Tools
4.2. Features of Forge Tools
4.2.1. Features Overview
4.2.2. Manage the Forge Console
4.2.3. Manage the Forge Runtime Server
4.2.4. Navigate to Project Resources on the Forge Command Line
4.2.5. Background Actions Invoked by Forge Commands
4.2.6. Access a List of Forge Commands
4.2.7. Use Forge Wizards
4.3. Customizing Forge Tools
4.3.1. Customizing Overview
4.3.2. Customize the Forge Start
4.3.3. Manage Forge Runtime Servers
II. Tools for Creating Web Interfaces
5. LiveReload Tools
5.1. Overview of LiveReload Tools
5.1.1. About LiveReload
5.1.2. About LiveReload Tools
5.2. Features of LiveReload Tools
5.2.1. Features Overview
5.2.2. Create a LiveReload Server
5.2.3. Configure the LiveReload Server
5.2.4. View Resources in LiveReload-enabled Browsers
5.2.5. View Resources in LiveReload-enabled BrowserSim
III. Tools for Creating Mobile Applications
6. Mobile Web Tools
6.1. Overview of Mobile Web Tools
6.1.1. About Mobile Web Tools
6.2. Features of Mobile Web Tools
6.2.1. Features Overview
6.2.2. Create a Mobile Web Project
6.2.3. Use a HTML5 jQuery Mobile File Template
6.2.4. Access the jQuery Mobile Palette
6.2.5. Insert a jQuery Mobile Palette Widget into a HTML5 File
6.2.6. Get Assistance with jQuery Mobile Programming
6.2.7. View jQuery Mobile Pages in a Browser
6.3. Customizing Mobile Web Tools
6.3.1. Customizing Overview
6.3.2. Customize jQuery Mobile File Templates
7. BrowserSim
7.1. Overview of BrowserSim
7.1.1. About BrowserSim
7.1.2. System Requirements
7.2. Features of BrowserSim
7.2.1. Features Overview
7.2.2. View a Web Application on BrowserSim
7.2.3. Manage Web Applications on BrowserSim
7.2.4. Change the Appearance of a Simulated Device
7.2.5. View a Web Page in Different Browsers and Simulated Devices
7.2.6. Generate a Screen Capture of a Simulated Device
7.2.7. Activate LiveReload for BrowserSim
7.2.8. View the Source of a Web Page
7.3. Customizing BrowserSim
7.3.1. Customizing Overview
7.3.2. Make BrowserSim the Default Browser
7.3.3. Add BrowserSim to the Global Toolbar
7.3.4. Set a Shortcut for the Run BrowserSim Action
7.3.5. Add or Modify Devices in BrowserSim
7.3.6. Change the Default Behavior when a Device does not Fit the Display
7.3.7. Change the Default LiveReload Port
7.3.8. Change the Default Location for Saved Screen Captures
7.3.9. Change the Default Settings for Weinre
IV. Tools for Deployment and Maintenance
8. OpenShift Tools
8.1. Overview of OpenShift Tools
8.1.1. About OpenShift
8.1.2. About OpenShift Tools
8.2. Features of OpenShift Tools
8.2.1. Features Overview
8.2.2. Create an OpenShift User Account
8.2.3. Connect to OpenShift
8.2.4. Manage a Connection
8.2.5. Generate and Upload SSH keys to OpenShift
8.2.6. Manage SSH Keys
8.2.7. Create a Domain
8.2.8. Manage a Domain
8.2.9. Create and Deploy an Application on OpenShift
8.2.10. Deploy an Existing Application on OpenShift
8.2.11. Import a Deployed OpenShift Application into the IDE
8.2.12. Generate a server adapter for an application
8.2.13. View a Deployed Application and Associated Information
8.2.14. Manage a Deployed Application
A. Revision History