If you are running your web applications on WildFly, you can configure CORS to allow cross-domain requests. In this article, we will go through the steps to configure CORS on WildFly.
WildFly Web Server
Undertow, a lightweight and high-performance web server, has gained immense popularity in the realm of web development. Whether you’re a seasoned developer or just starting your journey, our collection of tutorials offers a comprehensive resource to help you master the Undertow web server. With a focus on configuration and performance tuning, we delve into various aspects of Undertow, equipping you with the knowledge and skills to build efficient and scalable web applications.
Our tutorials cover a wide range of topics, including Undertow configuration, request handling, routing, and security. By incorporating Undertow’s advanced features and best practices, you can optimize your website’s performance, enhance user experience, and ultimately improve your search engine rankings.
Throughout these tutorials, you’ll explore key concepts such as HTTP server configuration, servlet integration, WebSocket support, and reverse proxy setups. By leveraging Undertow’s flexible and extensible architecture, you can build lightweight and high-performance web applications tailored to your specific needs.
How to set the SameSite attribute in Java Web applications
This short article describes how you can set the SameSite property in HTTP Cookies for Web applications, with special focus on WildFly‘s Web server, which is Undertow.
How to serve static content in WildFly applications?
This article presents different ways of including static content (such as image or css files) in Web applications running on top of WildFly application server.
Struts2 and Tiles Tutorial
This updated tutorial shows how to build and deploy on WildFly a Struts 2 application powered by Apache Tiles, a template framework for Java Web applications.
Using the default Servlet in WildFly applications
This article will teach you how to use the default Servlet available in Undertow Web Server for some concerns, such as directory listing or static resources serving.
How to configure a custom Undertow Thread Pool
WildFly uses Undertow as Web server. In order to configure the amount of threads available in a Web application, we can define a Worker Thread from the io subsystem and use the Worker Thread for its HTTP listeners or just for single applications. In this tutorial we will learn how to do it.
How to configure Web applications request limits in WildFly
In this article you will learn which strategies you can adopt on WildFly application server to configure the maximum number of concurrent requests using either a programmatic approach (MicroProfile Fault Tolerance) or declarative one (Undertow configuration).
How to change WildFly default Welcome page
In this article we will learn how to replace (or disable) the default Welcome page for WildFly and JBoss EAP which is by default available at localhost:8080. WildFly users To configure an application as default Web app requires two simple steps. Firstly, in your undertow server remove the default welcome application from your host. You … Read more
PrimeFaces autocomplete made simple
PrimeFaces AutoComplete displays suggestions while the input is typing. AutoComplete features various options, multiple selections, customizable content and other cool effects. Let’s see how to run a quick example of it.
Primefaces Chart in a nutshell
Do you need to include cool charts in your Web application and you want to do it really quickly? Have a look at Primefaces which features a large set of to chart components to render your data.