Sessions at JavaOne 2011 about JSF and Swing

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Wednesday 5th October 2011

  • DRY UIs: Let the Metadata Do the Work

    by Richard Kennard and Dan Allen

    How many times have you sat in a dark office after-hours, hand-editing forms, page after page? Software teams spend a lot of time developing the UI. To speed up the process, developers resort to drag-and-drop widget solutions or model-based static generation tools, which only change the appearance of the problem.

    This session presents Metawidget as a solution to keep your UIs DRY. Metawidget is a smart UI processor that populates itself at runtime with UI components that match properties of your model. Rather than introduce new technologies, it reads existing metadata—such as JavaBeans, annotations, or XML—to create native UI widgets in JSF, Android, Swing, and more.

    Stop hand-coding your forms! Come learn how to break out of the rut.

    Room: Parc 55, Market Street

    At 1:00pm to 2:00pm, Wednesday 5th October