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SDForum Emerging Technology Nov 2008: Developing the Next Generation of Web Apps on a shoestring
by Dan O\'Leary and David Pollak

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  • 1. SDForum Emerging Technology Nov 2008: Developing the Next Generation of Web Apps on a shoestring by Dan O'Leary and David Pollak
  • 2. Lift is a free web application framework .
    • Lift aims to deliver similar benefits to Ruby on Rails
    • Except Lift apps are written in Scala instead of Ruby
    • The use of Scala means any existing Java library and Web container can be used in running Lift apps
    • Lift app-dev is a lot like Java development
    • Lift programmers use standard Java environments like Eclipse and IDEA.
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lift_(web_framework)
  • 3. Presenters
    • David Pollak
    • http://blog.lostlake.org/
    • Dan O’Leary
    • http://tinyurl.com/58des7
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  • 5. The bar for web apps keeps rising
    • With demands for increasing richness and scalability delivered on tighter time frames and budgets. Buy a Feature is a real-time, interactive, serious game that allows product managers to learn from their customers through play. Buy a Feature runs in most browsers without add-ins and was built in less than 1 man-year using the Lift web framework and Scala programming language. Buy a Feature is deployed on a standard J2EE app server and on a dual-Opteron machine supports 2,000 simultaneous players and serves 700 pages per second. Join the Buy a Feature team, Dan O'Leary and David Pollak, as they discuss the technology and agile process that made Buy a Feature a reality.
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  • 17. The first Lift Workshop (11/22/08)
    • The course will cover:
    • Philosophy of Lift
    • Lift Architecture (Overview)
    • Basic & Intermediate Scala
    • Basic Lift Projects
    • Basic Lift: Adding a To-Do List
    • Intermediate Lift: Adding a Wiki
    • Advanced Lift: Adding Real-time Chat
    • You can find more details on our workshop website http://www.liftworkshop.com
  • 18. Lift Resources
    • http://demo.liftweb.net/
    • http://liftweb.net/index.php/Main_Page