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Building RIAs with a Direct RIA Solution

AJAXWorld RIA Conference & Expo 2009, June 22-23, New York

My submission to 7th International AJAX World RIA Conference & Expo has been accepted.

I will have a session at 7th AJAXWorld Conference on June 23, New York.

Topic: Building Rich Internet Applications with a Direct RIA Solution

Summary: Building an enterprise application is never an easy task, not to mention enriching its user experience at the same time. Scaring JavaScript spaghetti, tedious asynchronous communicate between client and server, and the danger of exposure of business logic to the client make Web application complex, less secure, and un-maintainable.

ZK is a Direct RIA framework for Java that solves all of above issues with its Direct RIA programming model. With the Direct AJAX programming model, Web applications can access data model and back-end integration directly. No more asynchronous communication between client and server, neither the security of sending the business logic to the client. This session will teach you how to build your J2EE application without annoyance from AJAX stuff, allowing you to focus on your application code, and making it more secure and more maintainable at the same time.

More detail about my session.

Schedule of AJAXWorld Conference.

More Stories By Robbie Cheng

Robbie Cheng is an Evangelist of the ZK framework. He is the principal developer of ZK Mobile for Android and ZK Forum. He is the co-author of the book "ZK: Ajax without the Javascript Framework" and has published many articles on AJAXWorld Mgazine, TheServerSide, and Javalobby. He has also spoken at various events, Google Developer Day, Mobile Monday, and OSDC 2009.