Zink, Michael: AD210 Taking Your Composite Applications Off-Line

You're using Portal for some of your applications, your employees carry out their work in a heterogenous client-server environment, and Windows .NET, Visual Basic and ActiveX based solutions exist as well. Have you ever wondered how to integrate and enhance all these different stand-alone types of ...

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AD210 Taking Your Composite Applications Off-Line
Michael Zink / 23.01.2007 16:00:00

You're using Portal for some of your applications, your employees carry out their work in a heterogenous client-server environment, and Windows .NET, Visual Basic and ActiveX based solutions exist as well. Have you ever wondered how to integrate and enhance all these different stand-alone types of applications on the front-end, even make part of it available to mobile devices? During this session you will learn about Composite Applications and be advised on how to take your applicationsmobile.We'll alsodiscuss best practices in expanding areas of your IT environment to supportmobile devices.

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