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eBay to Present at SYS-CON's AJAX World RIA Conference & Expo

The Networked Application Pattern: An Emerging RIA Development Design Pattern

The Networked Application is an emerging design pattern in Rich Internet Application development. The crux of the pattern is to push all user interface code to the client. The client "downloads" the application, and the application then communicates to one or more servers. This session will explain the motivations of the pattern, and look at how it can be implemented using specific AJAX toolkits such as Google Web Toolkit, Yahoo User Interface Library, and Dojo. We will also talk about how the pattern can be implemented using AJAX alternatives such as Flex and Silverlight.

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Speaker Bio: Michael Galpin is an architect at eBay, specializing in presentation technologies. He has been hacking on the web since the 90s, is a frequent writer for IBM developerWorks, and has a degree in mathematics from Caltech.

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