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Oracle at JavaOne: Ajax Widgets and Enterprise Middleware
Major Java backer Oracle checked in at this week's JavaOne show with several notable bits of news, including new widgets to add rich application development and an upgrade to its middleware architecture to tying together disparate SOA elements.
Oracle previewed new releases of Oracle JDeveloper, Oracle Application Development Framework and Oracle Application Server at the show, with a focus on easing both back-end Java enterprise development and front-end Ajax-style interfaces.
New capabilities include new visual development support for all Java EE 5 standards and APIs; 80-plus Ajax-enabled JSF 1.2-based rich client components; an enhanced ADF Render Kit, for improved Flash rendering; and new Web services support, including JAX-WS-compliant Web services generation from existing code or WSDL.
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