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Android and iOS Development with Java EE 7


Mobile application development powered by platforms such as Android and iOS is a huge trend for all developers.  In this heavily code-driven session, we'll illustrate how you can effectively utilize Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE 7) as the back-end powerhouse for your Android and iOS applications.  We'll specifically demonstrate how to write effective services using RESTful services (JAX-RS), real-time WebSocket services (JSR 356), JSON-P, Context/DependencyInjection (CDI), and Bean Validation.  We'll also show how to hook these services to Android and iOS applications and what best practices/pitfalls you should be aware of on the way.

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  • Sarath P.

    I can't make it today. But will sorely miss this. How can I change RSVP in eventbrite? Just cancel the order?

    February 26, 2014

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