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FasoJUG celebrated JavaEE 7

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FasoJUG celebrated JavaEE 7

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 "JavaEE 7!!!! "  this has been the last sentence cried at the end of the JavaEE 7 celebration event with FasoJUG members.

We learned  JavaEE7  technology APIs and had a particular focus on  JSF, JSON-P, WebSocket and Batch.

I started the session by presenting the stack of JavaEE7 and presented the top tens features in JavaEE7(WebSocket, Batch application,JSON processing, Concurrency, JMS,annotations,JAX-RS, Faces flow, the notion of Default Resources,etc.).

Aboubacar Lamizana spent one hour explaining the new features of JSF.

We also took an hour to build together a basic application using  WebSocket API with NetBeans IDE ( of course !).

Attendees were happy to discover many possibilities with the couple NetBeans /Glassfish 4.0

Thanks to Oracle and JUG-Africa to support us. I would like also to thank attendees and  Anselme Hien for his tremendous help. Thanks to our host  the AUF (Agence Universitaire Francophone) who help us for the room.

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