Training At Farata: YouTube Chanel


Intro to Java. Unit 2. Part 2. Intro to Git

Duration: 72.08 min.   Views: 646

In this video Yakov Fain explains the basics of Git version control system and how to publish your code on Github.com


Nashorn: Java & JavaScript. Shaken, Not Stirred

Duration: 89.35 min.   Views: 717

Screen recording + voice over from Princeton JUG meeting http://www.meetup.com/NJFlex/events/162830932/. Presented on Feb 5, 2014 by Viktor Gamov, Farata’s Senior Engineer.

* Code: https://github.com/gAmUssA/java-scripting-experiments
* View slides: http://goo.gl/Qld7uv
* PDF slides: http://goo.gl/b6qebP


Productive Enterprise Web Development with ExtJS and CDB. Episode 3

Duration: 10.57 min.   Views: 1063

This is the third episode of the HTML5 productivity series, where the opensource tool Clear Data Builder generates a Web application that uses ExtJS framework, Ext Direct, and Java.
In this episode you will learn how add data pagination functionality to the ExtJS grid component.

Episode 3 agenda and links:
https://gist.github.com/4657178#file-episode_3_agenda_and_links-md


Productive Enterprise Web Development with ExtJS and CDB. Episode 2

Duration: 18.83 min.   Views: 1150

This is the second episode of the series about HTML5 opensource productivity tool called Clear Data Builder. In this series you will learn how jump start  development of the Web application ExtJS framework, Ext Direct,  and Java.

In this episode you will learn how to create a CRUD application in about 15 min and display the data in browser with Ext.grid.Panel component.

Episode 2 Agenda and links:
https://gist.github.com/4653329


Productive Enterprise Web Development with ExtJS and CDB. Episode 1

Duration: 7.00 min.   Views: 1806

This is the first episode of the series about HTML5 opensource productivity tool called Clear Data Builder. In this series you will learn how jump start  development of the Web application ExtJS framework, Ext Direct,  and Java. In this episode you will learn how to create first ExtJS MVC application for Java project.

Episode 1 Agenda and links:
https://gist.github.com/4652437


Java Basics for Flex and Flash Developers

Duration: 104.58 min.   Views: 2582

This is a recording of the online presentation at NJ Flex users group (http://www.meetup.com/NJFlex/). Yakov Fain explained the Java basics comparing this language with ActionScript 3. The presentation started with a quick HelloWorld in Eclipse, and then quickly progressed to abstract classes, generics, multi-threading and Java servlets.


WebSockets: The Current State of the Most Valuable HTML5 API

Duration: 68.35 min.   Views: 9106

HTML5 specification includes WebSockets, a new communication protocol for the Web. It’s becoming the best choice for building real-time Web applications. This presentation is an overview of the servers and frameworks that support WebSockets. You’ll see some use cases where WebSockets shine. We’ll also discuss various approaches for the server- and client-side implementations of WebSockets that can be used in the Web applications today.

Speaker bio:
Viktor Gamov is a senior software engineer at Farata Systems. He consults financial institutions in design and implementation of Rich Internet Applications with HTML5, Flex and Java. Viktor is passionate about writing the code, open source community and Java ecosystem. He holds MS in Computer Science.


Advanced Introduction to JavaScript

Duration: 81.58 min.   Views: 35821

Some software developers have an impression that JavaScript is a second-league interpreted language with the main purpose of making Web pages a little prettier. The reality is different though. JavaScript is a powerful, flexible, dynamically typed language that supports object-oriented programming. JavaScript functions are the first class citizen that can live their own lives as opposed to Java’s methods. HTML5 becomes a new buzzword, but 80% of development time on such projects is spent writing JavaScript code.This presentation is a super-intensive overview of the modern JavaScript programming language.
This screencast is recorded by Yakov Fain for the Fifth Annual Farata Symposium on Software Development.


Getting started with ExtJS in Intellij IDEA

Duration: 7.75 min.   Views: 16602

In this short screencast Farata’s software engineer demonstrates how easy setup Intellij Idea for developing web application with Sencha’s ExtJS framework


Creating ExtJS/Java CRUD Applications with Clear Data Builder

Duration: 7.85 min.   Views: 10646

Clear Data Builder for Ext JS (CDBExt) is an open source tool that automatically builds Ext JS/Java EE CRUD applications given one or more annotated Java interfaces. The generated JavaScript and Java code enforce best Ext JS and Java EE practices and is deployed on the development version of the Tomcat ready to run. A tiny library of Ext JS components accompanying CDBExt – Clear components – enables transactional data sync with the application server, including deeply nested hierarchical data transaction, features not supported in native Ext JS 4.


Free Eclipse Plugin for building BlazeDS / Adobe Air Android Applications

Duration: 9.72 min.   Views: 1896

Learn how to use Farata ClearDS plugin to create Android apps with Adobe AIR UI and BlazeDS embedded in the APK. As a major advantage over Air Native Extensions, it allows you to DEBUG your Java code. Also, now you can P2P with the mobile on the VPN, regardless of the number of network hops. Download and installation link: http://www.cleartoolkit.com/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=clearwiki:80.cleards:01.setup


Lazy Loaded Collections for Adobe Flex and BlazeDS

Duration: 9.22 min.   Views: 1193

This is a demo of data collections that implement lazy loading of large data sets and smooth scrolling in Flash Player


AndroidClearDS.m4v

Duration: 2.50 min.   Views: 754

Embedding Adobe AIR and BlazeDS into Androind device allows to access 100% of Android Java API from MXML/ActionScript code via RemoteObject and Producer/Consumer messaging.
For more details visit http://bit.ly/jh6ebC

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