TheServerSide.com is featuring a talk by Sean Neville, the JCP Executive Committee representative for Macromedia and Flash Remoting software architect. From TheServerSide’s site:
Sean talks about Rich Internet Applications (RIAs), how they can be used to aggregate the business tier and enterprise applications using the client and looks at architectural approaches and technologies used for designing RIAs. He discusses how the J2EE Petstore was implemented in Flash, how the Flash Remoting product enables interoperability between J2EE and rich clients, and examines why vendors are trying to attract a new ‘VB-style’ group of developers. He also looks at changes that need to occur in the industry for RIAs to become mainstream.
Check it out here: