Make it Rich: Using JBoss tools to easily build Rich Internet Applications

Recorded on May 7, 2009 | 2pm EST (GMT -4 New York)

Are you trying to make your application more user friendly? Trying to figure out what Web 2.0 really means to your organization? JBoss provides an innovative suite of integrated tools and runtimes that allows any Java developer to quickly and easily build rich looking applications. Whether you're re-skinning existing applications, or building new ones from scratch, learn how popular open source technologies are being used to improve end-user productivity.

The first of a six-part series, in this webinar you'll learn:

  • Trends that are driving the demand for richer looking & easier to use business applications
  • An overview of the JBoss tools & technologies including JBoss Developer Studio, JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, Eclipse, RichFaces, JBoss Seam, and more...
  • Examples of how Red Hat customers use JBoss tools to improve business user productivity
  • JBoss in action: a demo highlighting how easy it is to build rich applications with JBoss Developer Studio




Jay Balunas
JBoss Core Developer & RichFaces Project Lead




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