Applied real-world projects with Java and JavaScript

A session at DevNexus 2015

Wednesday 11th March, 2015

5:30pm to 5:30pm (EST)

JavaScript is a powerful, flexible, and dynamically typed language. JVM is proven to be reliable and stable production platform. The power of the JVM is an ability to run programs written in different languages, including JavaScript. You can short the development cycle by leveraging a scripting abilities of JavaScript. This presentation is about the emerging opensource frameworks that allow to mix Java and JavaScript in the same application.

In this session you’ll get introduced to the latest state of the polyglot frameworks that use JavaScript and Java side-by-side. We’ll discuss the following topics:

The Nashorn benefits for the server and the client side developers.
Using JavaScript and NodeJS applications and libraries on the Java platform.
Real-world projects overview that leveraging on Java-JavaScript interactions, including (but not limiting to) Avatar, Vertx and others.

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Viktor Gamov

Solutions Architect at Hazelcast

Viktor Gamov is a Solutions Architect in Hazelcast - a leading open-source IMDG company. He helps the companies with building distributed applications on JVM. He holds MS in Computer Science. He is a co-organizer of the Princeton Java Users Group and co-author of the O’Reilly book on Enterprise Web Development. Viktor presented at various international conferences (http://lanyrd.com/gamussa) on Java and JavaScript related topics. He tweets at @gamussa.

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Time 5:30pm5:30pm EST

Date Wed 11th March 2015

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