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  • Developing Portlets using JSF, Ajax, and Seam (Part 2 of 3)

    by Wesley Hales on  Aug 19, 2008 3

    This article, the second in a three-part series, expands upon the previous article by introducing RichFaces. It covers integrating RichFaces into the previous sample application, deploying a RichFaces portlet, and several features and capabilities of RichFaces.

  • Introducing Multithreaded Programming to JavaScript

    by Daisuke Maki , translated by Daisuke Maki   on  Jul 10, 2008 10

    While increasingly more websites are fully or partially based on AJAX, it is still difficult to develop complicated AJAX applications. What is the main issue which causes this difficulty in developing AJAX applications? Is it asynchronous communication with the server, or is it GUI programming? How can a multithreading JavaScript library help to ease some of these issues?

  • High Performance Ajax with GWT

    by Ryan Dewsbury on  Mar 04, 2008 6

    In a new article Ryan Dewsbury takes a look at how GWT assists developers in terms of Ajax performance by providing image bundling, caching, and application compression. It also includes an excerpt from Dewsbury's book, Google Web Toolkit Applications.

Interview: Didier Girard, are GWT and Volta GCC for the Web?

Posted by Jean-Jacques Dubray on  Jan 21, 2008

Microsoft released a preview of Volta last month. InfoQ interviewed Didier Girard, CTO of SFEIR and GWT expert to ask how they compare and share his perspective on what they represent for developers. 1

Creating dynamic web applications with JSF/DWR/DOJO

Posted by Ashish Sarin on  Oct 04, 2007

JSF, DWR, and Dojo are all popular technologies in their own right. This article looks at how they can be integrated together in a portal environment. 12

Rich Office Client Applications

Posted by Ted Neward on  Feb 26, 2007

Ted Neward talks about various extensibility options in MS Office and how they can be used to build Rich Office client applications over Java backends.

Why Would a .NET Programmer Learn Ruby on Rails?

Posted by Stephen Chu on  Aug 11, 2006

.NET developer Stephen Chu gives us some insight into his transition to Ruby on Rails programming. 28

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