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Sunday, May 15 • 3:45pm - 5:00pm
16AN JavaScript and JSON a Match Made in the Browser

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If you are developing any type of web application you'll run into JavaScript and JSON, the building blocks interactive web design. In this session we'll take a look at the client side: JavaScript and consuming JSON. We will also take a look at the server side: Generating JSON in RPG, SQL, PHP or Java on IBM i. We'll overview the technology, the available resources and the technique that will make you successful in implementing these mainstays of web development.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to make the most of JavaScript and JSON in your web applications

  • How to create JSON strings using multiple tools on IBM i




This is session 590464

Speakers
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Pete Helgren

Team Lead, Bible Study Fellowship
Currently Java Team Lead at Bible Study Fellowship International. Pete is an RPG/C++/VB/Java programmer with over 24 years of system 3X/AS400/iSeries/IBM i experience. He holds certifications as a GIAC Secure Software Programmer-Java, and as a MCSE. His passion has always been in system integration and currently focuses on Open Source applications and integration activities. He has had previous lives as a Regional Training and Support manager for... Read More →


Sunday May 15, 2016 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Grand Salon 19&22 | First Floor
  • Session Content Level Beginner
  • Operating System AIX, IBMi, Linux
  • Audience: Folks who are beginning to write web applications or who want a broader overview of what JavaScript and JSON are and how they can be used in a web application.


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