I’ll be doing a Lighting talk on connecting JavaFX and Seam with Flamingo. The talk is on Thursday, June 6th at 11:45am, at Sun pavilion area.
I will be signing Practical RichFaces book on Wednesday, June 3rd, 3:30-4pm at the JavaOne book store. If you buy the book there (I think throughout the conference) you will get 20% discount.
Building RIA applications with JavaFX
June 3rd, 2009, 09:45-10:45
The JavaFXâ„¢ programming language is a new open-source scripting language that runs inside the new, more lightweight but still familiar Javaâ„¢ runtime environment. The JavaFX Script programming language enables developers to quickly and easily build rich Internet applications while utilizing the full power of Java technology. This session demonstrates how next-generation Web applications are built with the JavaFX programming language and connected to a Spring, a Seam, or just a JavaBeansâ„¢ architecture-based back end. More info.
To attend, don’t forget to add this session to your Schedule Builder.
JBoss Booth Mini-Stage
Wedneday, June 3rd, 2:30-3PM
Seam and JavaFX
Thursday, June 4th, 12:30-1PM
In addition to my sessions, I’m going to be at the conference almost the entire week. Drop me an email if you would like to meet and chat about RichFaces, JavaFX, Flamingo, JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse, etc.
Lighting Talk at Sun Pavilion
Thursday, June 6th, 11:45AM
Connecting JavaFX and Seam with Flamingo
Practical RichFaces Book Signing
Wednesday, June 3rd, 3:30-4pm
JavaOne book store
My talk Building Rich Internet Applications with the JavaFXTM Programming Language was accepted. This talk will show how to use JavaFX with Seam.
Video of my JavaOne presentation at JBoss booth has been posted.
If you missed JavaOne or just want to look at my presentations from JavaOne, they can be viewed here:
Open Source Development Tools for the Javaâ„¢ Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE Platform), Web 2.0, and SOA - I presented together with Burr Sutter from JBoss
Using JBoss Richfaces with JBoss Developer Studio – 20 minute presentation at JBoss booth theater.