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AppFuse Videos updated for 1.9.3

I've created new AppFuse demo videos that are up-to-date with version 1.9.3. The setup video is around 3 minutes, and the AppGen one is around 3:30.

New Project and Feature Tour
Setup Screenshot

Code Generation with AppGen
AppGen Screenshot

If you have any suggestions on making the above movies more effective, please let me know. I used SnapZ Pro X to shoot them and QuickTime Pro to compress.

In other AppFuse news, a couple of new tutorials have been written:

Props go out to Chris, Matt and Luciano for taking the time to write these detailed tutorials. Well done gents!

Posted in Java at Jul 24 2006, 08:58:06 PM MDT 10 Comments
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Posted by Jetspeed Blog on July 25, 2006 at 12:34 AM MDT #

hmm...I can't see the videos. Quicktime complains it's missing a plugin that's not on the server...

Posted by Ken Yee on July 25, 2006 at 02:37 PM MDT #

Very nice. I must try it soon!!!! I have an ot mac question on video: How do you make the font large on a mac? tia, .V

Posted by vic on July 26, 2006 at 12:51 AM MDT #

Vic - I shot the videos at 800 x 600, so that helps with the larger fonts. As for the large fonts in iTerm, I simply configured the default font to be Monaco 14.

Posted by Matt Raible on July 26, 2006 at 10:21 AM MDT #

I am sorry to tell you that --------------------------------------------------------------------| AppFuse Videos updated for 1.9.3 I've created new AppFuse demo videos that are up-to-date with version 1.9.3. The setup video is around 3 minutes, and the AppGen one is around 3:30. ---------------------------------------------------------------------| the two video are the same the two video are the same

Posted by ibmsoft on August 11, 2006 at 03:45 AM MDT #

ibmsoft - I just watched them to make sure. They're not the same video. They're similar, but not the same.

Posted by Matt Raible on August 11, 2006 at 08:45 AM MDT #

These videos consistently cause both IE and Firefox to crash. Is it the videos, or is it something with my machine?

Posted by Lee Grey on September 12, 2006 at 01:11 PM MDT #

Lee - it might be your QuickTime installation. The work fine for me on Windows XP and OS X using Firefox. You could try downloading the .mov files to your hard drive and then watching them.

http://static.appfuse.org/movies/setup.mov
http://static.appfuse.org/movies/appgen.mov

Posted by Matt Raible on September 12, 2006 at 01:44 PM MDT #

Hi, the videos seem to be broken - there is no sound. Or is it meant like this?

If yes, then of course it would be a very big improvement for these videos to add some explanation of what is going on there - in fact, from an educational point of view there is almost no sense in putting up a video without voice over that leads the viewer through things are happening - screenshots might be enough then... please do not get me wrong, I like your work, but I see all these little quirks around the whole java community - people seem to be so "over the top" that they forget the most important things. The importance of easyness and the beauty of simplicity seem to be lost in the perception of the major java geeks... anyway, thanks for your efforrts to help getting through that overcomplexed web-framework. It is almost totally absurd what one has to do to build a simple shopping cart app, so appfuse is a good help in the gone-wild world of java enterprise... at least it helps to understand the success of ruby on rails or django ;)

Posted by Organic Life on November 18, 2006 at 08:44 AM MST #

Organic Life - I agree these videos would be a lot better if they had sound. As far as me being a "major java geek", I wouldn't go that far - it's more that I'm just lazy. I had "add sound" on my todo list for several weeks, but then dropped it after having higher priority items continue to take precedence. I'll try to make sure any future videos have sound.

Posted by Matt Raible on November 18, 2006 at 10:24 AM MST #

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