Ria - Click to edit Master subtitle style Definition of RIA a type of Web application that can run independently of browsers can run on any

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2/11/11 Definition of RIA a type of Web application that can run independently of browsers, can run on any operating system and, in many ways, works like a traditional desktop application Web 2.0 – treating the Web as a real platform for developing interactive and transactional applications (not just rendering static Web pages).
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2/11/11 Need for RIA the specific needs of enterprise RIAs. Display of complex graphics and reports for users Handling large data sets Ensuring very high performance Offering very high scalability Addressing strict security requirements Providing Fit Client architecture for online/offline operations Following SOA and standards Facilitating migration from legacy apps
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2/11/11 Current RIA platforms RIA platform for enterprises – Curl (Curl), Adobe (AIR), Microsoft (Silverlight), and Sun (JavaFX). Sun’s JavaFX
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course MBA mba taught by Professor Mba during the Spring '11 term at IIT Bombay.

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Ria - Click to edit Master subtitle style Definition of RIA a type of Web application that can run independently of browsers can run on any

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