Coding for Desktop and Mobile with HTML5 and Java EE 7 [CON3143]. A session with JB Brock, where he created a KnockoutJS front-end on top of a Java EE back-end that I generated from NetBeans IDE 8.0.1. He also deployed the front-end to the Chrome browser on his iPhone, enabling him to debug the running app from NetBeans, after which I showed how to use Cordova, integrated within NetBeans, to generate a hybrid app, which I deployed to the Genymotion Android emulator.
In both cases, RESTful Web Services were used to expose the data that the front-ends consumed.
In both cases, the room was totally packed out, standing room only. For example, here's a pic I took from behind JB's head, to give an impression of the crowd he saw while doing his presentation:
A lot of people were interested in the source code, since both sessions were very heavily code driven.
Here's the code for the session with JB:
Here's the code for the front-end that Johannes created:
The above give you access to the front-ends only, since the back-ends are simple to create via the relevant code generators in NetBeans IDE.