David R. Heffelfinger

  Ensode Technology, LLC

 
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Screencast and Code for my JavaOne Java EE 7 / HTML 5 Presentation


Earlier this week I had the pleasure and the privilege to give a talk at the 2013 JavaOne conference. The session was very well attended and liked.

In the session I gave a demo on how to develop JSF applications using HTML 5 friendly markup, that is, no JSF specific tags, instead using regular HTML 5 input fields with JSF attributes to bind user input to a CDI managed bean. I started the application using a sample Websocket application included with NetBeans as a base.

Then I finished the demo by adding developing a Java EE Websocket server endpoint that returned a JSON containing data to populate the JSF/HTML5 page, and finally added some Javascript to the page to parse the JSON and populate the page.

After the talk was over, a number of attendees asked for the source code to the demo. I wasn't expecting to be asked for the source code, so I hadn't uploaded it anywhere, but since there was demand for it, I just uploaded a zip file containing all of the demo source code. Feel free to download it and use it as you please.

Additionally, if you weren't able to make it to the talk, I just uploaded a screencast of the demo to Youtube, you can find it here, or, even easier, embedded below.

If you would like to learn more about Java EE development with NetBeans, please check out my Java EE Development with NetBeans video course.


 

 
 
 
 
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