In this talk, Ashish Shah looks at achieving compute performance in HTML5 using the latest technologies. He looks at the advantages of GPGPU computing and controlling native code execution from browser
Web and Mobile application interfaces have been going through a massive overhaul over the past couple of years. Web developers around the world have been relentlessly launching one great platform after another – Twitter Bootstrap, jQuery UI/jQtouch, Lungo, Ext JS to name a few. Sencha happens to be one of the most aggressive players in this space having recently launched their flagship Ext JS and Touch offerings. But what exactly is different about these frameworks? What has the nature of this overhaul been?
This talk provides a code-intensive introduction to the updated Java EE 7 platform, including several live demos. The Java EE 7 platform has a changed scope and will now be focusing on Productivity and HTML5. JAX-RS 2 adds a new Client API to invoke the RESTful endpoints. JMS 2 is undergoing a complete overhaul to align with improvements in the Java language. Long awaited Batch Processing API and Caching API are also getting added to build applications using capabilities of the platform itself. Together these APIs will allow you to be more productive by simplifying enterprise development. The Java EE 7 platform is scheduled to release in Q2 2013.
The IndicThreads Conference On Software Development will be held on 13-14 July 2012 in Delhi NCR. Some of the key topics covered are: Java EE7, Hadoop, NoSQL, PhoneGap, BDD , JAX-RS, HTML5, GPars, Groovy, Node.js, Redis, SaaS, Machine Learning, Akka, PAAS, Nutch & more… Below is the detailed schedule. Conference Details at : http://Delhi12.IndicThreads.com .
Since 2006, IndicThreads’ Conferences have been delivering world class content on technologies like Java, Cloud Computing, Mobile & Software Quality. IndicThreads is excited to bring the same world class, vendor-neutral technology learning to India’s capital city, Delhi. IndicThreads Delhi will be held on 13 – 14 July.
Delhi 2012 sessions cover a vast array of critical & emerging software development technologies like JavaEE 7, Hadoop, JAX-RS, NoSQL, Redis, PhoneGap, jQuery Mobile, Sencha Touch, BDD Cucumber, HTML5, BPM, SOA, GPars, Groovy, Node.js, SaaS Architecture, Machine Learning, Akka, Nutch & more…
The good folks at IndicThreads, Harshad Oak and Sangeeta Oak, organized the IndicMobile conference. The venue and arrangements were very good and the set of speakers top notch. The choice of topics was varied enough to be comprehensive and yet very relevant and amenable for deep enough dives. Overall, a great interaction and learning opportunity that I and my colleagues enjoyed. I also enjoyed live tweeting along with Saurabh, PuneLive, Mukund, Vishvesh. Here are my notes from the conference. They are longish, but then it was a two day affair, and I have tried to be brief.