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  • JavaOne 2013 | September 22-26, 2013 | San Francisco

    September 18th, 2013
    JavaOne JavaOne 2013 will be beginning in 4 days’ time in San Francisco. And conference attendees can scarcely miss Canoo. Our speakers – two JavaOne Rockstars and a Java Champion – will be giving a total of 13 talks on the topics of JavaFX, Groovy and RIA technologies.


    W-JAX 2012 | Nov 5-9, 2012 | Munich

    November 9th, 2012
    logo_w-jax2012_weiss Experience Dierk König and Gerrit Grunwald live at W-JAX 2012. In their luggage they will be bringing a whole host of JavaFX and breathtaking custom controls. The highlights will include our User Experience Special Day and the JavaFX Power Workshop. Also the keynote talk “Volle Breitseite (reloaded)” is not to be missed! We look forward to seeing you there.

    Maintenance Release Canoo RIA Suite ULC Update 1

    October 1st, 2010

    We are pleased to announce that the maintenance release
    Canoo RIA Suite ULC Update 1 is now available for download !

    This is a maintenance release for the Canoo RIA Suite.
    Besides many bug fixes and improvements it includes

    – Builtin animations for ULCLabel, ULCScrollPane,
    ULCSplitPane and ULCInternalFrame
    – Radial Gradient Paints

    Please see the release notes for the complete list of
    implemented feature requests and fixed problem reports.

    And don’t miss the demos.

    Please note: the ULC Core license key and any ULC Package license key
    are valid for all releases labeled Canoo RIA Suite ULC. If you already have
    any Canoo RIA Suite license key, no new license key is required.


    Java Business RIA redefined!

    May 2nd, 2010

    The future belongs to Rich Internet Applications (RIA) – they are increasingly replacing the classical desktop application. And it is no wonder, as this latest generation of web applications offers a totally new kind of interactivity. Furthermore, RIAs spare your budget thanks to their operating system independence and the fact that they can be used without installation. According to the market research organization Forrester Research, RIA technology will be deployed in around 60% of all software development projects in the coming years.

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    The disadvantage of most of today’s RIA frameworks is that they were developed for the optimization of web sites. They rapidly reach their limits, therefore, with complex business applications. Canoo Engineering’s Canoo RIA Suite with its modular design provides a remedy. It’s heart is ULC (UltraLightClient), a proven and stable component for the development of RIAs – optimized for the performance requirements of business applications. Thanks to the 100% java-based homogeneous programming model, ULC reduces the complexity of RIA projects to a minimum. RIAs developed with ULC score highly due to their low development and maintenance costs, and are more than a match for classical desktop applications in user-friendliness, functionality, attractiveness, robustness and performance.

    Since March 31, 2010, ULC Core is available as a Beta Release. The Canoo Ria Suite will be released officially just before Pentecost 2010. The advantages at a Glance:

    • Up to 50% reductions in development costs
    • Puts business functionality on to the web without quality losses
    • Lower operational costs thanks to server side maintenance and standardized technology
    • Maximum security thanks to standard conformity
    • Straightforward and rapid development due to uniform Java basis
    • Robust and scalable architecture
    • No longer time-consuming client-side deployment
    • Enables highly interactive and user friendly interfaces
    • No browser adaptation required
    • Optimal user productivity due to rapid response times
    • Lower project risk thanks to well engineered, tried and tested technology
    • Impressive prototypes in minimal time

    “We switched to ULC in the middle of a large software project, as we were not able to implement all the requirements with the technology we were using at the time. ULC then enabled us to at least double our productivity, in turn allowing the project to be completed on time.”

    Greg Hutchinson, Principal Developer of a large Canadian financial institution


    Swiss RIA SIG Talk: "Share business logic between Eclipse and Web Applications"

    April 12th, 2010

    4/29/2010, Technopark Zurich. By Michael Schneider, IBM Rational Research GmbH.

    This talk presents a JavaScript execution engine that allows seamless integration of Dojo-flavored JavaScript code in an OSGi based Java runtime. Doing so allows sharing JavaScript code between Web and Eclipse applications, while still providing distinctive user interfaces using HTML and SWT, respectively. As this technology is already deployed in the latest releases of Rational Team Concert, experiences using this approach are shared.

    Additionally, a novel approach to develop and evolve large Dojo-based Web 2.0 applications, called JDojo, is introduced. It brings the Eclipse JDT tooling to the JavaScript language to provide typed API, compile time error checking, refactorings and much more, by using the Java syntax. However, in contrast to other approaches, its design is built around the JavaScript language rather than the JDK. It comes with built-in support for interacting with existing JavaScript code. JDojo works perfectly with the JavaScript engine, thus simplifying the development of Web and Eclipse Applications even more.

    Read more and register here!


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