For UI developers today, AJAX is key technology that needs to be used when creating dynamic Web applications. The problem for developers is that the AJAX landscape is confusing and there is no one standard way to create an AJAX-enabled UI that will seamlessly work in all browsers. Come to Stephane Bastian's and Thomas Hammell's session at the AJAXWorld Conference & Expo, October 2-4, 2006, and see how Infragistics AJAX enabled their JSF components. During this session we will explain the decisions and tradeoffs that were made in creating a component framework that hides the complexity of AJAX without sacrificing performance or functionality. We will also show how this framework allows us to build pages that work great not only in AJAX-enabled browsers but non-AJAX capable browsers as well.
Stephane Bastian is the founder of Otrix, a company specialized in building AJAX-enabled JavaServer Faces components. Prior to founding Otrix, Stephane held senior engineering positions at CommerceOne, and participated in building e-Marketplaces and e-Procurement solutions for the world's leading companies - Boeing, Deutsche Telekom, General Motor, Schlumberger, Siemens and others. Previously, Stephane worked as a senior software engineer for ComponentOne, a provider of components for the .NET platform. He holds a master's degree in computer science and is also a member of the JSR 273 expert group (Design-Time API for JavaBeans JBDT) and JSR 276 expert group (Design-Time Metadata for Java Server Faces Components).
Thomas Hammell is a product manager with Infragistics and manages the team responsible for developing JavaServer Faces and Swing components. He has over 20 years of experience developing software. He has published a book, “Test-Driven Development: A J2EE Example,” as well as numerous articles on Java topics ranging from Swing development to unit testing. Tom also lectures frequently on Java topics and holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and a master's degree in computer science from Stevens Institute of Technology.
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AJAXWorld News Desk commented on 20 Sep 2006
For UI developers today, AJAX is key technology that needs to be used when creating dynamic Web applications. The problem for developers is that the AJAX landscape is confusing and there is no one standard way to create an AJAX-enabled UI that will seamlessly work in all browsers.
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