Follow up from my previous
entry, here is a complete list of all the next generation Web application,
a.k.a "Web 2.0", sessions from Sun.
Language Best Practices for Developers on the Java Platform
Beyond Blogging: Feeds in Action
jMaki: Web 2.0 App Building
Here is the list of Sun Microsystems sessions at
Side, Java Symposium, Las Vegas next week:
and WSIT Tangoing with .NET by Arun Gupta (read
NetBeans Technology Showcase by Karen Tegan Padir
Ruby-Tinted Classes by Charles Nutter and Thomas Enebo
Grade Ajax and JSF and Scripting
JSF by Ed Burns
Rich Clients by Chet...
Developer Pack (SWDP) is a new integrated toolkit from Sun
Microsystems that consists of a collection of Web 2.0 technologies
that enable next generation Web application development. The toolkit
consists of binaries, tutorial, documentation, samples (including source) to
build your Web 2.0 applications and deploy them on industry-grade containers. It...
JavaOne 2007 complete session
schedule is now available.
As I mentioned earlier,
this is going to be lots of fun. If you are interested in hearing about Sun's
Web services strategy, here is a compilation of all the related sessions:
Takes two to Tango: Java Web
Services and .NET Interoperability
Unleashing the Power of JAX-WS RI: Spring...
I'll be speaking on "JAX-WS
and WSIT Tangoing with .NET" at The
Server Side Java Symposium, The Venetian,
Las Vegas on Mar 22, 2007 from 10:10-11:10am.
WSIT provides first-class
interoperability between the Web services stack in GlassFish
and .NET 3.0 framework. This talk will show how Web services interoperability is
baked into GlassFish and show how easy it is to create a reliable...
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After being able to deploy and invoke a Web service using NetBeans
6, I tried
to install the latest
development build of WSIT plug-in. One big difference (in terms of
ease-of-use) I noticed, from NB 5.5.1 Update Center, is that all the
available modules are now organized in logical categories. And this is nice
because it lets you look for a module in that category.
I downloaded NetBeans 6.0 daily build from http://www.netbeans.info/downloads/dev.php.
The installation went pretty smooth and so after every thing was done, I started
the IDE. Before I could do anything in the IDE, an error message window popped
NPE are just plain ugly but the new feature that I noticed here
is "Review and Report Problem". So I clicked on that button and saw:
Following up on my JSON
blog, here is great table
summarizing the strengths and weaknesses of JSON as compared to XML.
Technorati: XML JSON
Sun Microsystems is a silver sponsor of AJAX
World Conference and Expo East 2007, Mar 19-21, New York City. Ajax
Architect Greg Murray,
Struts creator Craig
McClanahan, and Jean
Francois Arcand of Grizzly fame,
all from Sun, will be speaking. Here are the topics:
Greg is talking on Enterprise
Ajax on Java
Craig's topic is Encapsulating
AJAX Functionality in JavaServer Faces Components