Description: You've heard all the terms - Mobile Web, HTML5, JBoss AS7, Restful services, jQuery Mobile. Maybe you've even played around with them a bit. But how do they all fit together? We're going to discuss all of this, and how it is encompassed in the POH5 Architecture, otherwise known as Plain Old HTML5! Specifically how the technologies and techniques around this drive the next generation web.
In this webinar Jay Balunas is going to walk through a sample application that does just that. Of coarse there will be links to the code, a live version of it hosted up on Red Hat Openshift (our very own PaaS), and plenty of details to wade through like:
Pure HTML clients
JAX-RS GET & POST endpoints
HTML5 based page structure
HTML5 form element & validation
CSS3 selectors used for styling
JAX-RS validation handling
jQuery & jQuery Mobile integration
Arquilian test suite to validate endpoints
Since part of this example is encapsulated in a Maven archetype you can get your project started in no time, and understand the guts from this presentation!
Presenter Bio: Jay Balunas, principal software engineer at Red Hat, works as a JBoss core developer and leads up our mobile development efforts. He is also the RichFaces project lead and has been involved with various open source projects including Seam, Portal, and Weld. He is the co-author of two DZone RichFaces reference cards, and was a member of the JSF 2.0 expert group. Jay has been architecting and developing enterprise applications and projects for over ten years, specializing in mobile device integration, web tier frameworks, UI design, and integration.
Jay has spoken at many conferences and user groups such as JavaOne, JSFSummit, JBoss World, JUDCon, and various JUGs. Jay blogs about RichFaces, JSF 2.0, mobile web, and other rich internet application technologies at in.relation.to/Bloggers/Jay
Description: Getting the best experience while developing Spring applications owes a lot to running them on a state-of-the-art application server. In this session, we will show you how JBoss AS7 with its new architecture and a new set of features provides an ideal environment for developing and deploying Spring applications.
There are multiple ways in which a Spring developer can benefit from the overall goodness that is JBoss AS7. On one hand, you can use it as a generic Java EE 6 application server and stay up-to-date with the latest enterprise Java specification, while continuing to use your favorite development model. However, for advanced users, taking advantage of features which are unique to JBoss AS is what can provide a competitive edge, and in this webinar we will cover both angles.
This webinar is addressing developers and architects that use Spring in their applications, both new to JBoss AS or seasoned users of a previous version of it. For new users, it will demonstrate how to run Spring applications in JBoss AS7. and for existing users it will distill the new features of JBoss AS7 from a Spring user perspective, including how Snowdrop, the JBoss extension for Spring is addressing their needs.
Since staying in touch with technical advances is critical for the success of an enterprise application, a question often asked is how can Spring developers blend with CDI, the Java EE 6 native dependency injection model, to create applications which are both future-proof, but also friendly to existing code, which is another important aspect of adopting JBoss AS7 as the runtime of choice. In response to that, the webinar will cover the Spring/CDI integration which currently exists as part of the Seam project.
Presenter Bio: Marius Bogoevici is a Senior Software Engineer with Red Hat, leading the JBoss AS/Spring integration efforts. He is currently the lead for Snowdrop, a utility package that contains JBoss-specific extensions to the Spring Framework. He makes regular contributions to Weld, the JSR-299 Reference Implementation.
Marius has an extensive experience of more than 14 years developing and architecting software systems. Prior to joining Red Hat, he was a Spring consultant with SpringSource. He is a contributor to the Spring Integration enterprise integration framework and co-author of "Spring Integration in Action".