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By Zaxo101
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Published: Oct 19 2010 / 09:55

MyEclipse for Spring 8.6.1 is rolling out an early access capability for users to quickly scaffold applications for Google App Engine, streamlining deployment to the Google Cloud. Using the power of MyEclipse for Spring scaffolding, you can use existing Java Beans, JPA Entities or database tables and generate fully-functional Spring applications that are built to run on Google App Engine. MyEclipse for Spring tailors and optimizes the generated code and configurations so the application is ready to deploy. **See more at the jump, including video links**
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xcdesz replied ago:

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Better do some investigation of App Engine before deploying a Spring-based web application to their servers. If you don't have a steady stream of users, App Engine wind down your app, causing a cold start on every hit. Spring takes a long time to initialize -- so that means about a 20 second or so FOR EVERY HIT.

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