2008 is going to be an important year for Rich Internet Applications. Most
organizations are delivering or planning to deliver Rich Internet
Applications; however, at the same time, most IT managers are facing a
dilemma: which Rich Internet Application technology and platform to use? The
number of different frameworks and libraries is too vast to even consider
evaluating a fraction of them.
To make this task manageable, I'm going to narrow things down to three
different technologies for delivering enterprise-level Rich Internet
Applications. While the first two (JSF and Flex) are proven technologies that
have been used for a numbers of years, JavaFX is a new declarative language
for building rich user interfaces using Java.
It's essential for IT managers to consider and be aware that more than one
delivery platform exists today for Rich Internet Applications. Table... (more)
What’s an app? It depends who you ask. If you asked me a few weeks ago,
I’d say that Tiggzi app builder creates apps. You build an HTML5/jQuery
Mobile app UI, plus you can export the app as PhoneGap. That’s an app.
Then there is Parse, an excellent mobile backend service company (we got a
tutorial). You also create an app in Parse. But, it’s a different type of
an app, there is no UI. You get a cloud database to store data, push, user
management as well as social, location and file features. I think an app
doesn’t mean UI or backend services. An app is actually both.
An app consist... (more)
During my RichFaces session at JBoss World 2009, I showed three small
examples of using Ajax with RichFaces 3.3, JSF 2, and RichFaces 4. I thougth
it would be a good idea to show you the difference or more correct the
similarities between the three. I will be blogging more about RichFaces 4 and
JSF 2 so this is just a quick introduction.
I will show a small “Echo” application. There is one input field and as
as you type, the input is echoed on the next line. On another line, the
length of the string entered is counted. It looks like this:
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Cameron McKenzie from TheServerSide.com posted a reply and summary to
Yakov’s and my blog post: Java on the client…again.