How to Use Google Web Toolkit with Oracle Sleepycat
How fast the response time can be when no middle tier persistence layer such as Hibernate is used
By: Oracle News Desk
Aug. 12, 2007 09:45 AM
This AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2007 West session is based on Erick Audet's real-life experience using the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) with a persistence layer handled by Sleepycat from Oracle. He will demonstrate how fast the response time can be when no middle tier persistence layer such as Hibernate is used and no SQL is needed. He will also show how easy the source code can be maintained when such a architecture is used. In comparison with Struts, this architecture does not use any configuration files and is platform independent and runs on any Java EE application server. Mixing AJAX and an MVC framework with a real Java object database is a powerful and promising architecture. During his time at Oracle, Erick developed strong skills in the extraction and transformation of unstructured data from multiple sources, and that experience and those skills are leveraged into this presentation.
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Speaker Bio: Erick Audet received a bachelor of computer sciences and a master’s degree in data mining from Laval University in Quebec City, Canada. During is master’s, Erick published and presented many scientific studies. Amongst them the publication of Re engineering of Relational Databases for the Discoveries of Decision Support System Information Patterns. This thesis enabled Erick to work at Oracle Corporation in the OLAP group in Waltham, MA.
Google Helps Developers Build AJAX Apps in Java, Launches "Google Web Toolkit"
The answer to this is, Google says, GWT:
The company says that it is releasing GWT in beta "to get feedback from the developer community."
"We expect to update the GWT class libraries and development tools based on this feedback, and once we're confident that GWT developers are satisfied with the features and stability of the GWT tools, we'll remove the beta label. In the meantime, you should expect the APIs to change in upcoming versions of the product."
GWT is designed to run on systems that meet the following requirements:
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