EclipseCon 2007 March 5-8, Santa Clara California





JBoss Introduces New Open Source Tools and Frameworks for Building Rich Internet Applications

Bryan Che (Red Hat)

· Long Talk

Wednesday, 16:30, 50 minutes | Grand Ballroom E

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applications. Unfortunately, most of these technologies are still rather limited and do not make developers productive enough in building robust, enterprise software. Furthermore, developer tools for building Rich Internet Applications today are almost entirely proprietary or a mix of open source and proprietary--limiting their adoption and advancement in today's community-centric world.

Red Hat is addressing developers' lack of open source tools for building rich and robust Internet applications. Through its JBoss division, it is introducing into open source for the first time a complete AJAX framework, AJAX components, and powerful, Eclipse-based developer tools for building Rich Internet Applications on the Java EE platform. These new tools will make it simple for developers to build impressive new applications using completely open source tools and software. Come learn not only about these exciting open source technologies, but also how Red Hat is creating new value in the marketplace through strategic relationships and innovative business models.

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