by Mike Brock
JBoss is strongly focused on providing the best of breed enterprise middleware. With HTML5 and modern browser technology on desktops, smartphones and tablets, the very nature of web applications is changing. Particularly the relationship between those applications and the back-end.
Errai is a project which blends enterprise middleware with the powerful capabilities of browsers and HTML5.
You've heard about the JBoss Way, and you like what you see. The JBoss Developer Framework provides you with the toolkit to follow the JBoss Way and build your applications quickly, productively, and easily.
Based on the Apache Deltaspike project, the industry standard for portable Java EE 6 extensions, the JBoss Developer Framework provides an excellent platform for building modern, mobile ready, cloud friendly applications. You can use JBoss Forge to create projects in a matter of minutes, and JBoss Developer Studio to craft your changes.
Pete and Jason will show you how to get started with Java EE using the JBoss Developer Framework, and then provide a deep dive into selected components.
by Trevor Sweeney
Trevor Sweeney will be presenting a real-world migration case study of BlackBerry App World Webstore from JEE5 to JEE6 JBoss suite. This session will contain an in-depth look at how a large-scale enterprise application can successfully make the leap to the next generation JBoss frameworks. The main focus of the session will be on the shift from Seam 2 to Seam 3/CDI however it will also cover the surrounding frameworks used by the application (JSF/Richfaces/Hibernate/JBoss app server). Attendees of the session will be guided through the migration process and will learn the following:
• Application file structure
• Essential code changes every attendee should know
• Dealing with common errors
• Migration Dos and Don'ts
25th–26th June 2012