The Future Of Web Frameworks

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Web frameworks are in a time of transition, as technologies like rich Ajax applications and HTML5 emerge. In this presentation, open source frameworks expert Matt Raible reveals which frameworks are fading fast and which will remain relevant for the near and far-off future.

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The Future Of Web Frameworks

  1. THE FUTURE OF WEB FRAMEWORKS Matt Raible http://raibledesigns.com Images by Stuck in Customs - http://www.flickr.com/photos/stuckincustoms © 2010 Raible Designs
  2. INTRODUCTIONS Web Framework Usage Framework Developer? Mobile Developer? What would you like to see in future web frameworks?
  3. Blogger on raibledesigns.com Father, Skier, Cyclist Web Framework Connoisseur Montana Native Founder of AppFuse Who is Matt Raible?
  4. SESSION AGENDA How did we get here? Where are we going? How do we get there? 2011++ Conclusion Q and A
  5. HISTORY OF WEB FRAMEWORKS Deep History (CGI, etc.) Java's Rise PHP AJAX Rails -> Grails RESTify! SOFEA, APIs, etc.
  6. HISTORY OF WEB FRAMEWORKS
  7. HISTORY OF WEB FRAMEWORKS
  8. HISTORY OF WEB FRAMEWORKS
  9. HISTORY OF WEB FRAMEWORKS
  10. HISTORY OF WEB FRAMEWORKS
  11. HISTORY OF WEB FRAMEWORKS
  12. MVC VS. COMPONENTS
  13. WHAT ARE COMPONENTS?
  14. REST API
  15. CLUSTERING TO CACHING
  16. NOSQL
  17. CLOUD
  18. I T ’ S B E E N P R E T T Y D A M N AW E S O M E , E H ?
  19. THE FUTURE What’s around the bend?
  20. MOBILE iPhone Android Palm Pre
  21. BROWSERS Firefox Safari Chrome
  22. HTML5 Will it eliminate the need for plugins?
  23. SPEED Client Optimizations Bandwidth
  24. COMPILERS GWT Closure Tools Cappuccino HipHop for PHP
  25. DESKTOP WEBAPPS Adobe Air Titanium
  26. IPAD Kids Books Video Internet Email
  27. VIDEO Web Browsers on TVs TV on Laptops TV on Phones
  28. APP STORES Facebook LinkedIn Google App Marketplace
  29. IS THIS THE FUTURE? ... or the present?
  30. JAVA
  31. IDES
  32. HTML5 http://www.focus.com/images/view/11905/
  33. JS ON MOBILE IS SLOW http://ajaxian.com/archives/ipad-javascript-shockingly-slow
  34. MAKING JS FASTER http://mir.aculo.us/2010/06/04/making-an-ipad-html5-app-making-it-really-fast/
  35. GO NATIVE
  36. FUTURE FRAMEWORKS The survivors will... Take site speed seriously Support plugins Build on past success Will be both conservative and edgy Encourage new thinking Support mobile, touch screen and desktop
  37. 2011++ IE 6 dies (hopefully!) HTML5 will have issues Ajax Frameworks will continue to innovate Interest in server-side frameworks will continue, but innovation will slow Desktop, Mobile and TV will be done with web technologies
  38. HOW DO WE GET THERE? It’s all about the APIs. A good API allows for any client Web skills transfer to the desktop - and phones! Speed will continue to be *very* important It’s all about the Apps. Build Them.
  39. MOST IMPORTANTLY Hire Smart People Effective Communicators Finishers Let them code Eliminate Meetings Put them face-to-face and keep it small
  40. CONCLUSION Web Frameworks can help you build the future. Hire good people. Let them build.
  41. HOT FRAMEWORKS* Server Ruby on Rails Grails Spring 3 + JRebel Spring Roo Client GWT Flex jQuery * From a Java Developer’s Perspective
  42. QUESTIONS? Contact Information http://raibledesigns.com http://twitter.com/mraible Download Presentation http://slideshare.net/mraible
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