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Presentation: An Overview Of Desktop Java Technologies In Todays RIA World

| by Scott Delap Follow 0 Followers on Sep 21, 2007. Estimated reading time: less than one minute |
Recorded at QCon London, Scott Delap provides an overview of Swing and Eclipse RCP technologies in today's world of RIA applications. The session covers the technologies that are making the development of desktop applications easier today, and also advances in deployment techniques such as Java Web Start and Pack200 which assist in the centralized deployment of desktop applications. Finally, the session will look at which situations where desktop java applications should be considered versus other technologies such as Ajax, Flex, and OpenLazslo.

Watch An Overview Of Desktop Java Technologies In Todays RIA World (49 min)

Scott Delap is InfoQ's lead Java editor and also an Independent Consultant focusing on rich client applications. He specializes in training, design, implementation, and performance tuning of applications built using technologies such as Swing, SWT, Eclipse RCP and Spring. Scott is also a frequent presenter at conferences such as JavaOne and No Fluff Just Stuff. 

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Presenters Note by Scott Delap

Just as a note to readers, this presentation is from London QCon. Since that time we have seen the continued development of technologies such as Google Gears and Adobe AIR. As I've said during each time that I have given variations of this presentation over the last 18 months ... "if something is impossible today, it is likely it will be possible tomorrow".

Re: Presenters Note by Yves YANG

There is a new coming in this area eface. It is an unified declarative UI programmation model based on XAML. More information can be found on www.soyatec.com/eface

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