Modern website architectures are typically composed of 2 parts: frontend and backend. Building out frontend and backend components requires diverse skill sets and often have competing interests when it comes to developer productivity and site performance. This talk will discuss some ways Java frameworks deal with these issues as well as benefits and tradeoffs. The talk will include combine demos with cutting edge frontend frameworks (Handlebarsjs, CoffeeScript, Less) and popular Java backends (Spring, Apache CXF).
Bob Paulin is an independent consultant that has been developing on Java for the past 10 years. Bob is focuses on Business Enablement and Web Centric Applications. He’s presented in the past at CJUG on Apache Sling and is currently helping his clients perform modular development/design, automation for continuous delivery, and build forward leaning web applications. When not coding, Bob enjoys coaching football and spending time with his with his wife and 3 kids.
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