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Introduction to Spring Roo

Posted by Rod Johnson and Stefan Schmidt  on  Dec 27, 2010 2

In this presentation from SpringOne/2GX 2010, Rod Johnson and Stefan Schmidt introduce Spring Roo, how to build a sample application with Spring Roo and SpringSource Tool Suite, unit and integration tests, AspectJ utilization by Spring Roo, automatic query generation, configuring entities, dependency injection, controller/view generation, GWT integration and domain generation from an existing DB.

Test-Driven Development of Asynchronous Systems

Posted by Nat Pryce  on  Sep 17, 2010

Nat Pryce exemplifies how he dealt with flickering, false positives, slow, and messy tests appearing in asynchronous testing when trying to perform end-to-end testing.

Now What?

Posted by Dylan Schiemann  on  Jul 21, 2010 3

Dylan Schiemann presents the current status of web development engulfed in lots of frameworks, languages, and browsers, advising on choosing the right technologies to secure the future of a web application.

The Present and Future of Web App Design

Posted by Torrey Rice  on  Jun 16, 2010 4

Torrey Rice presents some of the relevant milestones in the evolution of the web from a UX perspective, starting with one of the first game consoles, the appearance of email and HTML to the latest developments in mobile computing, then trying to foresee the future of web development and what it will mean for developers and casual people.

Working With Spring Web Flow

Posted by Keith Donald  on  Mar 03, 2010 5

In this presentation from SpringOne 2009, Keith Donald discusses implementing reusable controller modules, refreshing modules without container restart, handling Ajax events, rendering partial responses, securing flows, data access, preventing lazy-load exceptions, testing flow logic, flow design/implementation best practices, and deploying flows alongside Spring Web MVC multi-action @Controllers.

Parleys.com, a RIA Case Study

Posted by Stephan Janssen  on  Sep 24, 2009 6

Stephan Janssen’s presentation is organized around Parleys.com, a web site whose front end is implemented in Flash. He explains why they dumped DHTML and switched to Flex/AIR. He also talks about two technologies that could be used instead, GWT and JavaFX, presenting their pros/cons.

The Browser as a Platform

Posted by Ben Galbraith and Dion Almaer  on  Aug 14, 2009 1

Ben Galbraith and Dion Almaer present the current status of the browser as a platform and what it takes to be successful: a very fast JavaScript engine, using Canvas or no more drawing plug-ins, thread support, transforming it into a desktop, taking over mobile devices, great UI, and others.

JQuery - a Javascript DOM Library

Posted by Remy Sharp  on  May 07, 2009 1

jQuery is a JavaScript library that provides cross-browser compatibility, Ajax and DOM services and allows for rapid construction of interactive prototypes and the addition of dynamic behavior to existing Web applications. This presentation introduces Jquery, demos it use, and discusses particular features that differentiate it from similar library products.

Building Blueprint with GWT

Posted by Alex Moffat  on  May 01, 2009 1

The real world experience building Lombardi Blueprint is used as a case study to introduce the use of GWT, why it was successful and why it has become the platform of choice for other Lombardi products. One goal of the presentation is to argue for the use of GWT as the foundation for RIA development.

Interactive Websites with Comet and DWR

Posted by Joe Walker  on  Apr 08, 2009 3

In this session filmed during QCon London 2008, Joe Walker presents Comet, a long polling AJAX method used for updating the browser’s page, and DWR, a Java library for writing web sites using AJAX.

GWT-Gears: The Browser is the Platform

Posted by Didier Girard  on  Mar 29, 2009

This presentation explains how and why to use GWT and Gears to create rich internet applications that can also be run off-line. GWT basics like java/javascript integration, Widgets, RPC support, unit testing, CSS, and the debugger are covered before introducing Gears as the means for off-line delivery. Together, GWT and Gears "makes your browser the platform."

Building Large AJAX Applications with GWT 1.4 and Google Gears

Posted by Rajeev Dayal  on  Jun 23, 2008

In this presentation from QCon San Francisco 2007, Rajeev Dayal discusses building applications with GWT and Google Gears. Topics discussed include an overview of GWT, integrating GWT with other frameworks, GWT 1.4 features, developing large GWT applications, integrating GWT and Google Gears, the architecture of a Google Gears application, Google Gears features and the Google Gears API.

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