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RIFE at JavaOne 2006
JavaOne 2006

My RIFE session proposal has been accepted as a BOF for JavaOne 2006. I'm very glad that it also entitles me to a full complimentary pass to the conference, since otherwise I wouldn't have been able to afford attending (airfare, hotel and entrance totaled to more than €4000).

If you can't make it to JavaOne, check out our conference agenda for other RIFE sessions, straight from the source.

These are the details of my submission, and what you can expect:

Cutting-edge productivity with RIFE

About RIFE

RIFE is a full-stack, open-source Java web application framework, offering fast results with the promise of maintainability and code clarity. While many are attracted to RIFE for the productivity gains it offers, the framework actively tries to solve difficult problems with creative solutions that combine power and flexibility with comfortability. RIFE has pioneered many novel ideas in Java web application development, including: pure Java web continuations, run-time POJO-driven CRUD generation, scalable component oriented architecture, state handling without sessions, focus on REST as an application API, bi-directional logicless template engine, and the integration of a content management framework.

About this session

This session demonstrates how RIFE lets you cut corners when there's no need for a complex setup. You'll see how trivial CRUD functionalities are instantly available and how they can completely be customized without the need of restarting your servlet container. The rich POJO-driven meta-data system will be demonstrated as well as how it propagates and drives most of the framework's modules. We'll also develop a component from scratch and introduce the web engine, the template engine, the persistence layer and the content management framework.


Attendees should have experience with dynamic web application development and have at least an intermediate level of Java programming knowledge.

posted by Geert Bevin in RIFE on Feb 9, 2006 8:09 AM : 0 comments [permalink]


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