Create a Lift Project with Maven

Install Lift 2.1 in MacOSX Leopard > (4) Create a Lift Project with Maven: The Apache Maven has become a standard, a standard that is already installed in Mac OS X Leopard by default, and there is no need to installed again. It is also possible to update it. Once the maven is installed, we Read more about Create a Lift Project with Maven[…]

Install Apache Maven in Mac OS X Leopard

Install Lift 2.1 in MacOSX Leopard > (3) Install Maven in MacOSX Leopard: As we said before, Lift project uses Apache Maven as its default build system, luckily Maven is already installed on the Mac OS X Leopard computers, and we can check the version using the following command: mvn –versionmvn –version It is will Read more about Install Apache Maven in Mac OS X Leopard[…]

Install Lift Web Framework – The Series

If you are a loyal reader of this blog, you know that I am a rather new fan of Lift and Scala. I have recently move to use Lift 2.1 over Scala 2.8.0.  Unfortunately, I cannot work with Lift as much as I want. My story with Lift and Scala is fill with a lot of blank spaces where, due to my job, I have no contact with Lift coding at all. For that reason, I have created these set of Quick and dirty instructions as tutorial where I review tips, tricks to install Scala, Lift Web Framework, Simple Build Tool, Maven, and Eclipse.

The idea is to keep it updated from time to time including my new findings, and novelties as I believe it is going to change at lot in the very next future.