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From conflue...@apache.org
Subject [CONF] Apache Tuscany: Java SCA Documentation Menu (page edited)
Date Thu, 19 Feb 2009 19:44:00 GMT
Java SCA Documentation Menu (TUSCANY) edited by Dan Becker
      Page: http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/TUSCANY/Java+SCA+Documentation+Menu
   Changes: http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/pages/diffpagesbyversion.action?pageId=47710&originalVersion=56&revisedVersion=57


{include: SCA Java Subproject Menu}{column}{column:width=85%}
h2. SCA Java Documentation for 1.x

{panel:title= Getting Started with Tuscany|titlewidth=5|borderStyle=solid|borderColor=#C3CDA1|titleBGColor=#C3CDA1|bgColor=#ffffff}
These guides help you to get setup in Tuscany, develop and run a simple application using
comand line or Eclipse.
[Get started| SCA Java Getting Started Guides - 1.x]

{panel:title= SCA Intorduction
provides a quick introduction to SCA and links to the SCA specifications 
[Introduction to SCA|http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/TUSCANY/Quick+Guide+to+SCA]

{panel:title= Tuscany SCA User Guide
These guides provide the following information:
* How to develop and run applications using Tuscany in a single node or multi node environment
[User Guide|SCA Java User Guide]
* What are the available Tuscany extensions and how to use them? This includes bindings, impelementation
types, interface types, policies, databindings.
[Extension Guide|SCA Java User Reference]
* Available development and management tools for Tuscany
[SCA Java Tools Guides|SCA Java Tools Guides]

{panel:title= Tuscany SCA Extension Development Guides
Although Tuscany provides many [extensions|SCA Java User Reference], you might be interested
to add an extension that is not available today. This guide helps you understand how to develop
extensions such 
as new bindings, implementation types, interfaces, policies, etc.

(on) You are welcome to contribute these new extensions to Tuscany and make them available
to others in the community.

* [Adding a new extension|sca java extension development guide]
* [Adding a new data binding|SCA Java Databinding Guide]

{panel:title= Tuscany SCA Java Development Guides
These guides help you learn more about Tuscany architecture and how to get involved in the

development of Tuscnay. We look forward to your help.
* [Development Guide|http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/TUSCANY/SCA+Java+Development+Guide]
If you would like to contribute to the project, this guide explains how to build Java SCA
and how to contribute code back to the project.
* [Architecture Guide|SCA Java Architecture Guide]
This guide provides a high level view of SCA Java architecture.
* [Security aware programming guide|Security Aware Programming in Tuscany]  This guide shows
the Tuscany developer how to write core and extension code that correctly employs the Java
security features
(*y) Also available in [*Video*| http://vcasmo.com/video/beckerdo/2750], use tuscany passcode
* [Build Your Own Distribution | http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/TUSCANY/Build+Your+Own+Tuscany+Distribution]
* [JavaDocs API Documentation (Tuscany 1.4) | http://tuscany.apache.org/doc/javadoc/java-sca-1.4/]
See classes and methods you can use in your Tuscany applications.

{panel:title= Tuscany SCA 2.x Development Guides
[note] these should move to 2.0 documentation page
* [OSGi Aware Programming in Tuscany|OSGi Aware Programming in Tuscany]
* [SCA Java 2.x Development Guide|SCA Java 2.x Development Guide]

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