- Montreal 2011
Using a combination of Java, JMS, and Flash, data can be visualized in real time on a client. Real-time visualizations can be in dashboards, heat maps, charts, and numerous other interactive controls. Intended for developers looking to create applications with real-time data visualizations, this session will show how to set up a system that pushes real-time messages to a client from a Java EE server and how to create a rich internet application that renders the data. It will demonstrate how to:
- Configure a Java EE system that can push JMS messages to a client in
real-time or near real-time
- Build a Flash client application that renders data from the server
- Connect a client to messages using HTTP Streaming and HTTP Long Polling
We'll also discover how to enable in few minutes a text chat application, a video chat app, and a even a shared whiteboard application.
Real-time experiences will become the next generation of web applications.
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