Developing Rich Internet Applications with JBoss RichFaces and Eclipse

Max Katz (Exadel)

Web Tools · Long Talk
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Tuesday, 10:10, 50 minutes | Great America Meeting Room 2 | Download in iCal Format

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Max Katz

Web 2.0 and rich Internet applications have taken the Web development world by storm. While Web 2.0 applications continue to gain popularity in the enterprise, JavaServer Faces (JSF) has now emerged as the standard technology for building enterprise Web applications. And, because JSF builds Web applications out of reusable user interface (UI) components, it’s easy to add AJAX functionality to them by using JBoss RichFaces' UI components. This session will describe in detail how, in the current marketplace, rich JSF UI components constitute the most powerful component-based approach for developing modern Web applications, allowing developers to efficiently create rich enterprise Internet applications. Red Hat Developer Studio, an open source IDE for Eclipse, will be used to build a sample application.

Max Katz is a Senior Systems Engineer at Exadel. He has been helping customers jump-start their RIA development as well as providing mentoring, consulting, and training. Max is a recognized subject-matter expert in the JSF developer community. He has provided JSF/RichFaces training for the past three years, presented at many conferences, and written several published articles on JSF-related topics. Max also leads Exadel's RIA strategy and writes about RIA technologies in his blog, http://mkblog.exadel.com. Max holds a BS in computer science from the University of California, Davis.

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