With the rise of smartphone and tablet devices, a new class of application is emerging to work across multiple kinds of devices. Java developers are now faced with new challenges to provide the most engaging user experiences on any screen. New device input methods like touch and gestures require developers to rethink interaction models. Screen size constraints also require developers to optimize real estate usage. Read more
Join the Adobe experts to discover how to develop RIAs and mobile applications for Windows, MAC OS, Linux, iOS, Android and QNX. We’ll present the last features on Adobe Flex, the open-source framework to build first-class applications connected to your JAVA services. You’ll learn how to quickly develop cross-platform mobile and tablet applications within Eclipse. Read more
This session show how can you take advantage of new HTML5 features in your GWT applications in the form of demos. We’ll cover examples of how to use Canvas for advanced graphics, CSS3 features, Web Workers, and more within your Google Web Toolkit applications.
GWT has a lot of little-publicized infrastructure that can help you build apps The Right Way: test-driven development, code coverage, comprehensive unit tests, and integration testing using Selenium or WebDriver. This session will survey GWT’s testing infrastructure, describe some best practices we’ve developed at Google, and help you avoid common pitfalls.
Spring ActionScript is an offshoot of Java Spring and brings Inversion of Control to the Flash Platform. Primarily focusing on Flex and AIR development, you’ll learn how this framework can be used to build testable and maintainable applications. We’ll take a look at the different kinds of configuration options, how it compares to Java Spring and what building blocks it includes to create tailored architectures.keep looking »