Join us at JavaOne 2005 for this session.
JavaServer Faces™ (JSF™) is recognized as the leading new technology for building conventional web applications, but the modular architecture of JSF also lends itself to applications with "Rich Client" characteristics. Conceptually, Rich Clients solve a number of typical web application user interface (UI) problems brought about by the limited set of HTML UI controls, the need for full UI refresh for any user input, and the lack of application-initiated UI updates.
This session steps through several JSF Renderer implementations and demonstrations, presenting techniques for delivering Rich Client UI features with little or no change to standard JSF applications.
In this session you'll learn a spectrum of techniques that will help you enhance conventional web applications or transform them into rich applications.
Session Date: June 28, 2005
Time: 12:15 PM
Duration: 60 Minutes
Venue/Room: Moscone Center/Esplan 307-310
Ted Goddard - Biography
Ted Goddard received his PhD in Mathematics in 1996, answering open problems in complexity theory and infinite colorings for ordered sets, and proceeded with post-doctoral research in component and web-based collaborative technologies. Following work at Java Software, Sun Microsystems, he was a device management and XML architect at Wind River, participating in the IETF NETCONF design team. Ted is currently a Senior Software Architect at ICEsoft Technologies, Inc., developing client and server frameworks for standards based enterprise applications.
About ICEsoft Technologies
ICEsoft Technologies Inc. is the world’s leading provider of Java browser and Java Web access software for enterprise applications, embedded systems and Web services. ICEsoft and its ICEreader and ICEbrowser brands are well known in the Java development community with an installed base of more than 10 million units in operation, with customers in over 35 countries. Headquartered in Calgary, Canada, ICEsoft is on the Web at www.icesoft.com.