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AJAX in Enterprise Portals

Red Hat's Thomas Heute to Present at SYS-CON's AJAXWorld RIA Conference & Expo, Oct. 20-22, in San Jose, CA

Not only enterprise portals integrators are using AJAX at the portal level but now they can also use it for the development of more user-friendly JSR-168 portlets. With the arrival of new standards, AJAXified JSF Components like IceFaces ot RichFaces became a reality that can be portable across the many JSR-168 portlet containers implementations, in the commercial or open source worlds. During his presentation, we will explain how this has been made possible and how one can write such portlets.

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Speaker Bio: Thomas Heute has been contributing to the JBoss Portal project since 2003. He has also contributed to the JBoss jBPM and Seam projects. Thomas holds a masters degree in computer science from ESIAL in France. Prior to Red Hat, he was a researcher for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and on PDA security for the US NSA.

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