Schedule: Desktop Applications sessions

GUI toolkits, synchronization and offline caching, filling the long tail of a fully open source desktop experience.

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Location: Ballroom A1
Beth Tibbitts (IBM )
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 1 rating)
Eclipse is an open source IDE that has available extensions for a variety of languages and tools. How are these extensions created? This tutorial will cover how to install eclipse extensions ("plug-ins"), how to write your own including using the built-in wizards, how to write help for your plug-ins, and how to publish/package them so that others can easily download and use your plug-ins. Read more.
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Location: Meeting Room B3
Stuart Langridge (Canonical)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 1 rating)
Ubuntu One isn't just a set of services for Ubuntu, it's a platform for you to build your own services too. Stuart Langridge explains the APIs Ubuntu One offers to developers and shows some examples of applications you could build that take advantage of storage in the cloud and synchronised databases for your apps: build your own on the desktop or the web to work collaboratively with Ubuntu One. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom A7
Jesse Vincent (Best Practical)
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 4 ratings)
SD is a disconnected, replicated bug tracking system designed to let developers track and resolve bugs without sacrificing the flexibility of the modern workflows that distributed version control systems have made possible. This talk will teach you how to start becoming more productive with SD without giving up your existing bug tracker. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom A1
Mark Surman (Mozilla Foundation), Asa Dotzler (Mozilla)
Average rating: ****.
(4.20, 10 ratings)
Using the <video> tag in HTML5, developers can do all sorts of things that are hard or impossible with plugins. In this presentation, Mozilla's Mark Surman and Asa Dotzler paint a picture of the open video future and demo the cool stuff you can do with web video when it's properly integrated with a page. Read more.
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Location: Meeting Room J3
Rod Johnson (SpringSource)
Average rating: ***..
(3.86, 7 ratings)
The Spring Framework is the most popular application programming framework for Java/Java EE development, with widespread adoption across many industries. If you’re a Spring user, you should understand the Spring 3.0 features and how they may benefit you; if you are not yet a Spring user, you may find Spring significantly more compelling. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom A1
David Ascher (Mozilla Messaging), Dan Mosedale (Mozilla)
Average rating: ***..
(3.67, 9 ratings)
Thunderbird 3 is nearing release -- in this developer-oriented talk, David Ascher and Dan Mosedale will talk about what Thunderbird 3 will mean to people who want to take an active role in managing their email lives. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom A3/A6
Ricardo Signes (Pobox.com)
Average rating: ****.
(4.60, 5 ratings)
Email: you see it every day. It's on your desktop. It's in your servers. Through the magic of modern technology, it flows invisibly through the air and into your PDA! Your cellular phone conducts silent and arcane conversations with distant servers, speaking the ancient language of SMTP and the unknowable dialects of IMAP. Surely all this technology means progress of mankind... or does it? Read more.
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Location: Meeting Room B2
Eric Wilhelm (Cisco, Inc.)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 1 rating)
FreeTUIT is desktop programming with less code. A concise, declarative syntax for widget layout and an expressive API for runtime give you clean and maintainable wxWidgets or Qt cross-platform applications in minutes. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom A1
Steven Bengston (Pioneers of the Inevitable)
Average rating: ***..
(3.75, 4 ratings)
Know Javascript, HTML, and CSS? Interested in music, and exploring what's possible when you combine the power of Mozilla, add-ons, and music on the web? Songbird, a desktop media player powered by Mozilla's XULRunner/Firefox platform, allows you to build Javascript extensions to create new digital media mashups using open APIs, and media web services. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom A1
Saill White (Lina Software), Paul Honis (Lina Software)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 3 ratings)
In this session, we will help you create a single universal binary and installer of your Open Source project that can run on Windows, Mac, UNIX, Xen, VMware, VirtualBox, Qemu, Parallels, and Amazon's EC2. If you want to Linafy your app, just create a Debian package of your application and bring that and a 128x128 PNG image of your logo. Read more.
  • Intel
  • Microsoft
  • Google
  • SourceForge.net
  • Sun Microsystems
  • Facebook
  • Gear6
  • Kaltura
  • Liferay
  • MindTouch
  • MySpace.com
  • Novell, Inc.
  • Open Invention Network
  • Rackspace Cloud
  • Schooner Information Technology
  • Silicon Mechanics
  • Symbian Foundation
  • Twilio
  • WSO2
  • Yabarana Corporation

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