The presentation begins with a demo of Blueprint, written in Java and using GWT to provide the Web browser based user experience and continues with justification and examples.
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.
This presentation covers the use of GWT and Gears to create Web applications that can also be used when Web connection is not possible. Together these technologies make your browser your "platform."
Rajeev Dayal discusses GWT, integrating GWT with other frameworks, GWT 1.4 features, developing large GWT apps, integrating GWT and Google Gears, Google Gears features and the Google Gears API.
In this talk, Dave Crane explores ways to apply design patterns to the client tier, how the use of patterns compares with the server-side and examines server-control vs client-control.
Script.aculo.us creator Thomas Fuchs gives an overview of the concepts and functionality of both Prototype and the script.aculo.us libraries.
Scott Delap provides an overview of Swing and Eclipse RCP technologies in today's world of RIA & desktop applications including when to use Java for the client vs. Ajax, Flex, OpenLazslo.
In this presentation, Scott Davis provides a pragmatic, down-to-earth introduction to Web services as used in the real world by public sites, including SOAP-based, REST and POX-style examples.
Wally McClure introduces ASP.NET AJAX, a development technology from Microsoft which integrates cross-browser client script libraries with the ASP.NET 2.0 development framework.
Bruce Johnson goes in depth on Google Web Toolkit (GWT) a Java-centric framework for creating AJAX applications.
Nikhil Lothari demonstrates features in ASP.NET Ajax to enrich Web apps including how to apply Ajax patterns & best practices for for incorporating and encapsulating script functionality.