May 24th, 2005
As a follow-up to his introductory presentation last year on connecting Mozilla applications to a LAMP (or WAMP) backend using XML-RPC, Jay Sheth will explain how to build large data-set applications on the same combination of platforms.
Jay will show how one can building a useful and usable rich web application by focusing on and combining each component's strength.
With the help of source code examples and a real world application, Jay will explain how to best use each part of the Mozilla + AMP platform, and how to alternate between the XML-RPC and JSON data transports in order to create a responsive, rich and useful web application.
He has also provided a bunch of XUL links
Thanks to Dan Krook and Platinum sponsor IBM for providing a great presentation space with seating for plenty.
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