• Java SIG: WebObjects 5 Tuesday, July 03, 2001 - 06:30PM
    Cubberly Community Center
    4000 Middlefield Road, Room H-1
    Palo Alto, CA 94105
    Software Architecture and Platform

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Java SIG: WebObjects 5

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  • ...the easy way to succeed with three-tier Java applications!
     

    Tech Talk: Architecture of an Application Service Provider System

    Robert Silverman - Telocity
     

    Main Talk: WebObjects 5

    Ernest Prabhakar and Bob Fraser - Apple Computer

    Location

    Cubberly Community Center
    4000 Middlefield Road, Room H-1
    Palo Alto, CA 94105

    Agenda

    6:30-7:00pm registration/networking/refreshments/pizza
    7:00-7:40pm tech talk
    7:45-9:00pm main talk
     

    Cost

    $10 for non-SDForum Members
    No charge for SDForum members and students with ID

     

    Presentation Overview

    Tech Talk: Architecture of an Application Service Provider System

    In this talk we will present the architecture of a generic application service provider system which is based on the authors experience architecting several web-based systems. Some information will be presented using UML notation.
     

    Main Talk: WebObjects 5

    Java has been overwhelmingly successful on the server. However, the vast majority of Java deployments still rely on servlet/JSP programming, rather than true three-tier applications using EJBs to manage database access. With WebObjects 5, Apple is making it easy for Java developers to quickly and easily create scalable three-tier solutions.

    This presentation will cover:

    - architectural design goals for three-tier web application

    - the model-based, data-driven approach to application   development

    - improving maintainability via subclassable frameworks and   configuration files ("Say NO to code generation")

    - automating data access via object-relational mapping

    - model-view-controller paradigms for page generation

    - URL-based session management for cookie-phobic customers

    - graphical development using GUI-based IDEs