Sessions at Java Developers Conference 2012 with slides

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Friday 9th March 2012

  • Arquillian: Effective tests from the client to the server

    by Lukáš Fryč

    Tools like Selenium, an outstanding tool for UI test automation, and Arquillian, an award-winning integration testing framework, offer a base for high-quality tests which are crucial for a web app development. However writing UI tests and covering server-side logic leaves many questions open:
    * Does Selenium cover everything? Page transitions, simple JavaScript interaction and a portion of DOM. Is it really enough?
    * Mocking requests for testing server-side code is pain. Is it necessary?
    * Are you able to detect that your component’s visual representation changes?
    * Does investigating these changes involve a disproportionate amount of effort?
    * Isn’t manual test development too expensive?

    At 2:30am to 3:30am, Friday 9th March

    Coverage slide deck

Saturday 10th March 2012

  • A Rapid JSF Component Development with RichFaces CDK

    by Lukáš Fryč

    JSF component libraries provide you with a solid basis for building enterprise UIs as they are covering most common use cases. But what can you do in a case that no existing component fits your project requirements?
    There are many JavaScript component projects which offer together nearly infinite possibilities. But it might not be evident that leveraging these JavaScript frameworks is as easy as writing plain old HTML code, separating component and page development efforts. But how to wrap these components to fit into JSF eco-system?

    That’s exactly where RichFaces CDK comes into play.

    At 2:30am to 3:30am, Saturday 10th March

    Coverage slide deck

  • The Gear You Need To Go Mobile With Java Enterprise

    by Lukáš Fryč

    The rising power of the mobile platform recently has shown how important is being able expose applications to portable devices. What can an strong enterprise back-end offer you in this space?

    In the mobile environment, developers are forced to leave usual habits and enter the rapidly changing ground. Is there any way how to use well-known enterprise UI technologies on mobiles?

    The mobile technologies are growing faster than one can simply follow. There are plenty of technologies around the mobile web and new frameworks appear so quickly. How to tame the latest cool frameworks and provide users with great experience?

    How to get a gear you need to go mobile?

    At 6:00pm to 7:30pm, Saturday 10th March

    Coverage slide deck