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How to Architect a Rich Client Framework Beyond AJAX & JavaServer Faces

The RIA community's own polar forces have their own perfect complement, namely AJAX and JSF

 AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2007 West, which will take place September 23-26, at the Santa Clara Convention Center, in Santa Clara, California, will present a session by Oracle's Ric Smith entitled: "How to Architect a Rich Client Framework Beyond AJAX & JavaServer Faces."

The power of attraction need not only apply to the laws of physics and the occasional odd couple. The rich internet application community’s own polar forces (i.e. client- and server-side logic) have their own perfect complement, namely AJAX and JSF. More than just a method of abstraction, the combination of JSF and AJAX can be used to erect a high-performance rich client framework and in this talk we will dissect many of the architectural nuances of the symbiotic relationship between JSF and AJAX. The recently announced Apache MyFaces Rich Client Framework (RCF) will be used as a case study in this discussion as we delve into the complexities of client- and server-side component representation, rendering, event handling, and property management.

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Speaker Bio: Ric Smith is a Principal Product Manager for Oracle's Application Development Tools. He is responsible for the evangelism and product direction of Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client as well as Oracle's AJAX and Java EE Web Tier offerings. Prior to joining the application server team, Ric worked for Oracle's consulting business as a Principal Consultant, specializing in Java EE and AJAX development. In addition, Ric is a frequent speaker at Oracle events and has written articles featured in industry publications such as Java Developer's Journal and AJAX Developer's Journal. He is also an Oracle representative to the OpenAjax Alliance.




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JSF News Desk 07/31/07 10:33:07 AM EDT

The power of attraction need not only apply to the laws of physics and the occasional odd couple. The rich internet application community's own polar forces (i.e. client- and server-side logic) have their own perfect complement, namely AJAX and JSF. More than just a method of abstraction, the combination of JSF and AJAX can be used to erect a high-performance rich client framework and in this talk we will dissect many of the architectural nuances of the symbiotic relationship between JSF and AJAX. The recently announced Apache MyFaces Rich Client Framework (RCF) will be used as a case study in this discussion as we delve into the complexities of client- and server-side component representation, rendering, event handling, and property management.