25 June 2016

Møller Centre, Cambridge, UK

Live coding an Apache Isis app

Dan Haywood /incode.org

Session type: Tutorial

Session duration: 90 minutes

About this Tutorial

Apache Isis is a ""single layer"" Java development framework that allows experienced developers to make the most of their skills. You focus on the core business domain; the framework then derives presentation/UI and persistence concerns from that core domain. Three presentation UIs are supported: HTML5, REST, and JUnit (for subcutaneous testing).

In this live coding/no slides tutorial we’ll show you how Isis can be used to build a line-of-business apps and RESTful backends. To add a bit of zest (nothing up our sleeves), you can decide the domain.

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