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Presentation delivered by Mike Croft and Steve Millidge at DOAG German Oracle User Group Conference in Nuremberg, 19-21 November 2013.
Mobile devices get more and more powerful, JEE servers get faster and smaller. This convergence means it is now possible to run GlassFish 4 on a phone platform. In this session we'll show you how to get GlassFish up and running on Ubuntu Touch and communicating with a back end GlassFish server cluster to enable you to combine full JEE on client device and server.
The presentation will be mainly live demo of using GlassFish 4 on a phone communicating with a cluster of GlassFish servers in Amazon EC2.There will be slides to talk through the demo architecture and code snippets showing the latest JEE7 websocket apis being used to communicate device to server.
We will first install Java and GlassFish on the phone. We will then demonstrate developing a quick HTML 5 JEE web application to retrieve data from a GlassFish cluster using WebSockets. We'll deploy this to the phone and demonstrate it running on Ubuntu Touch.
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