Google Web Toolkit and App Engine

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Google Web Toolkit and App Engine

Time: January 26, 2011 from 6pm to 9pm
Location: Community Foundation of Sarasota
Street: 2635 Fruitville Rd
City/Town: Sarasota
Website or Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?o…
Event Type: meeting
Organized By: David Moskowitz
Latest Activity: Jan 30, 2011

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Event Description

This month at the Sunjug, David Chandler from Google with discuss two technologies for developing and deploying Rich Internet Applications.

What’s New in GWT 2.1
Google Web Toolkit (GWT) lets you build and optimize rich
browser-based apps without having to be an expert in browser quirks,XMLHttpRequest, or JavaScript. In this talk, we'll look at powerful new capabilities in GWT 2.1 including MVP architecture with Activities and Places, client-server communication with RequestFactory, visual layout with GWT Designer for Eclipse, and performance optimization
with SpeedTracer.

Launching scalable apps with Google App Engine
Google AppEngine lets you build and host scalable Web applications written in Python or Java on Google's infrastructure. We'll look at how to build and deploy a GWT+GAE application with Google Plugin for Eclipse and get an overview of building the App Engine way, including
working with the Datastore, task queues, and quotas.

Speaker bio
David Chandler works with the Google Web Toolkit Team in Atlanta. An electrical engineer by training, Chandler got hooked on developing database Web applications in the days of NCSA Mosaic and has since written Web applications professionally in a variety of languages,
including C, perl, ksh, ColdFusion, Java, JSF, and GWT. Prior to joining Google, Chandler worked on Internet banking applications with Intuit and launched a non-profit startup built with GWT and AppEngine. Chandler holds a patent on a method of organizing hierarchical data in a relational database and blogs about Java Web development at turbomanage.wordpress.com.

 

Food and refreshments will be provided.

The event will be hosted by Community Foundation of Sarasota, located at 2635 Fruitville Rd, Sarasota, FL 34237, which is west of exit 210 off I75.

Meeting Schedule:

* 6-6:45 PM: Networking
* 6:45 - 8:30 PM: Presentation

All Are welcome. Please RSVP.

 

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