I'll Present "How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile & Desktop Today?" at JAX London 2021
JAX London is a hybrid conference that brings together cutting edge software engineers and enterprise-level professionals innovating in the fields of JAVA, microservices, continuous delivery and DevOps. I’m excited to give a session there on “How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile & Desktop Today?” during October 4–7, 2021. I will look at various frameworks from a Java developer’s perspective and suggest which one to use in three common scenarios.
The exact schedule is still to be determined, but check out the current session line-up.
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