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Day Software to Present REST and AJAX Web Development Techniques at AJAXWorld East 2008


Day Software will be featured at AJAXWorld East 2008, highlighting the company’s technical expertise in the areas of REST and AJAX.

At the show, Day Software’s Lars Trieloff, product manager for collaboration and digital asset management, will give a presentation entitled, “REST and AJAX Reconciled” to address how AJAX developers can tap the power of REST-based architectures powered by enterprise-grade content repositories, such as Apache Jackrabbit and Day CRX. This presentation will also introduce developers to REST, JCR and Sling and show how to leverage its power using the Microsling library.

“REST describes a high-level architectural style of creating highly scalable Web applications, while AJAX is used to create innovative and highly-interactive client-side Web applications,” said Lars Trielof, product manager at Day Software. “Accessing Java Content Repositories via AJAX allows developers accessing all of their organization's content to use one simple, lightweight API that nicely weaves into their interactive Web applications.”

The presentation will take place on the following day:
REST and AJAX Reconciled: Wednesday, March 19th, 9:20 AM

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