See You at JavaOne 2007

For the past few months, I have been collaborating with a great group of people to bring you a fantastic hands on lab for JavaOne. This lab, session # LAB-4460 Building Ajax-Enabled JavaServer Faces Components and Web Applications With jMaki, Dynamic Faces, and the NetBeans IDE, was put together by Craig McClanahan, Matthew Bohm, Gail and Paul Anderson, Winston Prakash, and myself. It starts out by showing how to use Dynamic Faces (JSF Extensions) to add Ajax functionality to plain old JavaServer Faces components. It then teaches you how to build your own JSF Ajax-enabled component and add design-time features so that you can use it in the NetBeans Visual Web Pack. Last, it shows how to build a JSF component from a jMaki widget. By leveraging an existing jMaki widget and specialized base classes, you quickly build an Ajax-enabled JavaServer Faces component offering a rich user interface with a minimum of code.

They will also be handing out CDs of the hands on labs. The CDs contain additional labs including another lab (4420) that Craig, Matt, and I wrote that covers some of the above material as well as how to use the jMaki-wrapped DHTML Goodies Tooltip widget. In addition, the CD contains lab 4450. I contributed a section to this lab that shows how to use the jMaki-wrapped Dojo Fisheye widget.

Comments:

It really good to hear javaone 2007 conference held on US. With the same themes,earlier we also held some workshop in Indonesia (middle March) with topic "building Web 2.0 and Internet Application" which also introduces widget Dojo Toolkit and JMaki. What a wonderful day where as many participants involve in one day workshop. Good Luck to you all...

Posted by Aries Satriana on April 16, 2007 at 11:59 AM PDT #

hfhf

Posted by guest on April 16, 2007 at 01:34 PM PDT #

i am really interested in knowing more about ajax enabled jsf.

Posted by Randeep Singh Sagoo on April 16, 2007 at 02:30 PM PDT #

Your lab session is all booked up! Will there be additional CDs for those of us not quite fast enough to bag a spot?

Posted by Joe on April 17, 2007 at 02:25 AM PDT #

They tell me that they will give out the CDs to everyone who is in the standby line. You should also be able to just go to the front door of the lab and ask for one. The lab will also be posted to the Internet after JavaOne. Craig, Matt, and I are planning to publish our sections of the lab, with more detail and explanation, in tutorials and technical articles, so stay tuned for further announcements.

Posted by diva#2 on April 17, 2007 at 03:20 AM PDT #

yeah i will also be glad to get cd containing lab sessions..

Posted by Randeep Singh Sagoo on April 17, 2007 at 02:20 PM PDT #

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