Archive for the tag 'Web applications'
Exadel today unveiled version 2.0.2 of Tiggr moving Tiggr for building prototypes out of beta into a new subscription model. Also today, new enhancements to Tiggr are being released as a private beta called Tiggr Mobile Apps Builder. This beta goes beyond building mobile app prototypes to building finished deliverable mobile apps – all in “the Cloud.” Read more »
Tiggr is a hosted Web application from Exadel for the collaborative development of mockups and prototypes for Web and mobile application UIs (and soon mobile apps). As Exadel gears up for a release of Tiggr this week with new subscription features, it’s a good time to start rolling out some video clips to explain better how Tiggr works, and that’s what we’ve done. Read more »
O’Reilly has put on the Open Source Convention for 13 years. July 25th through July 29th (Portland, Oregon) will be the scene for #13. For this event, the more specialized OSCON Java and OSCON Data will be co-located with the general OSCON.
As part of OSCON Java, Exadel’s Max Katz will be presenting a workshop on Ajax Applications with JSF 2 and the New RichFaces 4 by Example. It will be on Wednesday, July 27th, from 10:40am to 12:10pm.
Register now, and make sure you slot in time for Max’s workshop!
Our series of webinars for the new RichFaces 4 wraps up next week on Wednesday, June 15, 11:00am Pacific Time. It’s been great sharing our expertise in this area. We’re happy to have another opportunity to talk about RichFaces in this upcoming webinar. Read more »
The final agenda for the combined JAX 2011 conference and JSF Summit (June 20–23 in San Jose, CA) is now online. This is the place for in-depth coverage of the important topics in JSF and also the entire Java ecosystem. Exadel will be out on the exhibit floor on Tuesday and Wednesday to talk to people, and Exadel’s very own Max Katz will be presenting on:
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The second of our RichFaces 4 series of webinars is now history. Max Katz recapped some of the intro material about RichFaces 4 from the first webinar and then carefully analyzed the issues with migrating from RichFaces 3 to 4. There is now one more webinar coming up: Read more »
The first of our RichFaces 4 series of webinars was a great success as Max Katz guided a full webinar audience through what RichFaces 4 has to offer. There are two more webinars coming up: Read more »
Tiggr is an online tool for producing interactive prototypes of Web and mobile applications. The hard work of Exadel’s Tiggr development team has paid off in a rapid growth of the user base for Tiggr. As part of this success for Tiggr, we’ve taken a big step to put it on a more secure, reliable, and scalable footing. That step is to start hosting Tiggr on Amazon EC2. Congratulations to the Tiggr team on moving to the Cloud!