Getting started with WO Development using Maven
This tutorial focuses on getting started with Maven in Eclipse/Development. Eclipse comes bundled with Maven and the Maven integration plugin so you don't need to install anything additional.
We don't cover Maven building on the CLI nor do we discuss concepts or how any of this actually works. This just gets the darned thing up and running, we can talk concepts and understanding later. So:
Let's set it up
1. Let Maven know WO/Wonder exists
Maven needs to know where to fetch the WO/Wonder frameworks and jars. If you're starting fresh, that means copying
settings.xml (seen below in this gist) into
~/.m2/settings.xml. Now Maven knows where WOCommunity keeps it's stuff.