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Report #:  32378   Status: Open
Web Applications with IntraWeb and ASP.NET by Olaf Monien
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Version:    1 Submitted By:   Christine Ellis
Report Type:  Suggestion / Enhancement Request Date Reported:  8/7/2006 3:16:20 PM
Severity:    Infrequently encountered problem Last Updated: 8/28/2006 1:35:28 PM
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Resolution: None  Resolved in Build: : None
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Web Applications with IntraWeb and ASP.NET by Olaf Monien
TYPE: Regular Session
LEVEL: Beginning
ABSTRACT: This session gives an overview of how to build Web applications with Delphi. It introduces IntraWeb and demonstrates the new features of IntraWeb 9.0, such as Ajax and ECO support. In the second part, this session will compare the two different approaches   page vs. application centric   of Web development and how ASP.NET and IntraWeb fit into that.
IntraWeb 9.0 introduces extensive Ajax support, which is available for .NET and Win32. IW s Ajax implementation requires no JavaScript skill by the developer, but can be used  the Delphi way , just by attaching Delphi code to OnAsync  events.
Higlander will support ECO for VCL.NET applications   this session will show how to use ECO with IntraWeb without relying on  Borland.ECO.VCL, with IW s new ECO templates.
On Win32 IntraWeb is famous, but even on .NET, ASP.NET and IntraWeb do not compete directly, because two different approaches are offered: Page and Application centric development. This session will explain when to use which of these.

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY: Olaf Monien works as an independent IT consultant and trainer for international companies, such as Atozed Software and Borland.  His main areas of interest are Software Architecture, Database Design, Web Applications and Internet Communications. Olaf is a frequent speaker at software developer conferences and published many articles in software magazines. Olaf received a master of computer science degree at the University of Hagen, Germany and has over 20 years of software development experience.
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