Before starting the development, you need to have the necessary tools and resources:
A Maven compiler to compile your Java code and handle dependencies. If you do not have Maven yet, you can download it from here . For more help on the installation, read through the Maven archetypes section.
You will need an IDE. JBStrap recommends that you use the Eclipse IDE, but feel free to use any IDE of your choice, even a simple text processor will do. If you do not have an IDE, install Eclipse before starting the development. Download Eclipse from here .
Now that the IDE is ready to use, you only need JBStrap. Download JBStrap from the repository. If you already have a Maven compiler, it downloads JBStrap for you.
Lastly, you need to use one more server to run your app. JBStrap recommends that you use the WildFly server. In case you don’t yet have this server, download it from here . For more help on the installation, read through the Setting up the environment section.
The database server is not included in this list, this sample project uses a HyperSQL (HSQL) database. However, feel free to use any SQL database.