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Moving a Large Swing-Based Geoscience Application to Eclipse

Posted by Mike Reyes, Mary Cole  on  May 19, 2016

Mike Reyes and Mary Cole discuss the reasons for selecting Eclipse and RCP, how the move was made, challenges encountered during this move, and the benefits that have resulted from this change.

Building User Interfaces with Seesaw

Posted by Dave Ray  on  Jul 17, 2012 2

Dave Ray introduces Seesaw, a user interface toolkit for Clojure built on top of Java Swing unifying various abstractions found in the Swing API for a more pleasant UI development.

Pouring Data on Troubled Markets - Quantitative Portfolio Management Technology at BGI

Posted by Eoin Woods  on  Nov 05, 2009

Eoin Woods explains how Barclays Global Investors (BGI) designed Apex to meet the challenges it faces and the Java technologies which were chosen for an architecture with variations on standard J2EE.

Building a Large Scale SaaS Application

Posted by Dan Hanley  on  May 22, 2009

Dan Hanley, at QCon London 2008 addresses the challenges of building large scale SaaS applications. Using examples from three Magus application frameworks, Dan exposes principles of SaaS development.

JRuby: Not Just Another JVM Language

Posted by Charles Nutter  on  Apr 18, 2008 4

Charles Nutter discusses JRuby features, the JRuby compiler, calling between Java and JRuby, Swing and JRuby, JRuby web applications, JRuby on Rails, persistence, build automation, TDD and BDD.

An Overview of Desktop Java Technologies in Today's RIA World

Posted by Scott Delap  on  Sep 20, 2007 2

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.

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