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Death of the Desktop: Rethinking the "Application"

Session Type: 
Standard [25 minutes]

Now, more than ever, Eclipse is a superb platform for developing many different types of applications using various language and technologies. And now, more than ever, developers need to rethink what a software "application" is. With the ongoing impact of the Web, the emergence of smartphones and tablet computers, widgets, cloud and server computing, exactly what an application is and where it lives is being reconsidered.

An eclipse client server architecture with asynchronous messaging based on XMPP

Session Type: 
Standard [25 minutes]

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Room: 
Silchersaal
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In this talk I will present you how we leverage the XMPP protocol with a simple Smack/Apache Vysper stack to make our e4 rich client become responsive and alive whenever callbacks in the otherwise service oriented communication are missing.

Eclipse Tooling for the Google App Engine (Java)

Session Type: 
Extended [55 minutes]
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Google provides great tools for Eclipse to program for the Google App Engine.

Join this session to learn what the Google App Engine is and how you can create your Web-applications with Eclipse tooling to embrace the power of the Google Servers.

This session will deliver an overview what the Google App Engine is, how to use the Eclipse tooling to program for it and how you can deploy your webapplication with the Eclipse tooling.

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