ApacheCon is a week of open source goodness straight from the
source of the Apache Software Foundation, featuring 15 intense
training classes over two days followed by three days of more
than 50 sessions by the creators of open source software such
as the Apache webserver, Tomcat, Lucene, Wicket and more.
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Portlet Development using the new JSR-286 (Portlet v2) API
As web applications move into a SOA environment, which is characterized by building applications from Web service components, many find that they are also building their Web UIs using a similar component model. Built from the on-screen assembly of Portlet components, Portals provide for the standardized delivery of aggregated, personalized, content. JSR-286 is is the successor standard to JSR-168: the standard Portlet API for Java developers. This session will include coverage of the Portlet API, including new features in JSR-286, such as Events, Resource Serving, Portlet Filters, etc., in an interactive, hands-on, fashion. Note: This training will be an interactive training. Attendees should bring a laptop with either USB or CD-ROM support, and be prepared to develop Portlet code throughout the course of the workshop.