Efficient Java development with RESThub framework

A session at Devoxx 2010

Wednesday 17th November, 2010

1:15pm to 1:30pm (WET)

RESThub is a modular framework designed for efficient Java development. It allows a new kind of software architecture based on existing technologies or standards like Maven 3, Spring 3, JPA 2, JAX-RS, and HTML5.

It provides 2 MVC framework integration, depending of your needs:
- A server side solution based on Tapestry 5.2
- A client side Javascript stack based on jQuery and Sammy.JS for Javascript/HTML5 based RIA
You can also use RESThub with your favorite web framework!

In this quickie, I will present how web developers can reach a new level of productivity by using RESThub. I will also explain how it can change the way you develop web applications, with a RESTful architecture on server side, and pure HTML5 and jQuery stack on client side.

Performance, scalability and security implementation (based on OAuth 2.0) of such architecture will also be described.

More information on http://resthub.org

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Sébastien Deleuze

@SpringFramework and @ProjectReactor committer at @Pivotal, @Kotlin addict, @mixitconf organizer and co-worker at @La_Cordee bio from Twitter

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Devoxx 2010

Belgium Belgium, Antwerp

15th19th November 2010

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Time 1:15pm1:30pm WET

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