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[10:21:52] <ppatiern> Hi guys, what is the right place and way to get the updated vertxbus.js file to include in a simple web page ?

[10:27:52] <tsegismont> Hi ppatiern , have a look at http://vertx.io/docs/vertx-web/java/#_sockjs_event_bus_bridge

[10:28:06] <tsegismont> You have different options, cdnjs, bower, npm

[10:28:14] <tsegismont> or maven artifact

[10:28:35] <tsegismont> The “right way” depends on the app you're working on I guess

[10:29:06] <ppatiern> tsegismont: I have just a Vert.x application which starts an HTTP server and then a “webroot” under resources … I'd like to add there the vertx bus JS library for the HTML pages I have

[10:29:36] <ppatiern> the main application is in Java … it does some things and one of them is starting this HTTP server for exposing a simple web application

[10:30:07] <tsegismont> ppatiern, in the music store demo, I use the Maven dep plugin

[10:30:08] <tsegismont> https://github.com/tsegismont/vertx-musicstore/blob/master/pom.xml#L114-L138

[10:30:24] <tsegismont> and then mvn dependency:[email protected] when I change the stack version

[10:31:43] <ppatiern> tsegismont: thanks !

[10:31:49] <tsegismont> you're welcome

[11:08:04] <pmlopes> @ppatiern if you want just html, you can use CDNJS https://cdnjs.com/libraries/vertx

[11:08:20] <pmlopes> it's just a link you need to add to your html

[11:23:39] <ppatiern> pmlopes: thanks it's another options but the main thing is that I discovered I was using an old JS file with old API :-)

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