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Enterprise security has never been more important or complex than it is today. Mobile devices, new client technologies, and cloud-based services are just some of the recent additions. Handling JAX-RS endpoints, spotty connectivity, local storage support, constrained devices and other land mines can be more than just a challenge. These also seem to be among the first areas glossed over by most projects. Why? Because dealing with them is hard!
Several words are constantly mentioned. Lets have a look at them, all together in a lightning talk session.
Janne Räsänen is an expert upon HTML5 mobile app development. Albert Bertilsson share his insights and highlighting the win-win benefits of optimizing a web site. Sebastian Ganslandt takes us into CQRS and Event Sourcing from the trenches.
There are several current trends that are forcing application architectures to evolve. Users expect a rich, interactive and dynamic user experience on a wide variety of clients including mobile devices. Applications must be highly scalable, highly available and run on cloud environments. Organizations often want to frequently roll out updates, even multiple times a day. Consequently, it’s no longer adequate to develop simple, monolithic web applications that serve up HTML to desktop browsers.
The way we build applications is rapidly changing. HTML5, Scala, non-blocking IO, real-time push and the cloud are welcome advancements in the world of web apps. Play Framework makes using these technologies a pleasure. In this session you will learn how to build next generation applications with Play Framework and deploy those applications on the cloud.
HTML5 is ushering in a new era of graphically rich, visually compelling and highly interactive Web sites and apps. This session outlines some of what you can do with new HTML5 and CSS3 features introduced in Internet Explorer versions 9 and 10, including Web Open Font Format (WOFF) fonts, 2D & 3D transforms, transitions, animations, gradients, box and text shadow, border-radius, multi-column layout, inline SVG, and canvas.
WebSocket is coming with HTML5, and building rich real-time event-driven Web applications will be the future. GlassFish, as of Release 3.1.2, now supports WebSocket, so now is an ideal time to learn this new technology. This tutorial builds a WebSocket Web application hosted on GlassFish that can deliver stock updates from a data grid directly to the Web browser in real time.
Learn which HTML5 features to seek out and which to avoid when it comes to building fast HTML5 web apps. For years we built web apps that far outpaced the capabilities of the browsers they ran in. Just as the browsers were catching up HTML5 came on the scene – video and audio, canvas, SVG, app cache, localStorage, @font-face, and more. Now the browsers are racing to stay ahead of the wave that’s building as developers adopt these new capabilities. Is your HTML5 app going to ride the wave or …