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ILOG Sponsors AJAX World Conference & Expo

How graphical components can benefit from ASP.NET AJAX to deliver sophisticated user interactions

SYS-CON Events announced today that ILOG joined AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2007 West as sponsor/exhibitor. The most significant rich internet applications and Web 2.0 event of the year will take place September 23-26, 2007, at the Santa Clara Convention Center, in Santa Clara, California.

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ILOG delivers software that empowers its customers to make better decisions, faster. Over 2,000 global corporations and more than 400 leading software vendors rely on ILOG's market-leading visualization, business rule management system and optimization software components to achieve dramatic returns on investment, and create market-defining products and services. Visit us to learn about ILOG JViews, for customizable Java and AJAX display components for building diagrams, dashboards, maps, schedules and charts. ILOG was founded in 1987 and employs more than 730 people worldwide. For more information about ILOG, Inc., visit http://www.ilog.com/products/jviews
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ILOG architect Patrick Ruzand will also present a session entitled "Implementing AJAX Components with the .NET Framework" at the conference.

Implementing AJAX Components with the .NET Framework
After many years of rigid, techie, and limited web based user interfaces the industry has quickly grown fond of AJAX for delivering more dynamic, user-friendly web-applications. Microsoft’s response to the Ajax momentum is ASP.NET AJAX. This talk illustrates how graphical components such as a diagramming component can benefit from ASP.NET AJAX to deliver sophisticated user interactions. The speaker will share his experience in developing editing diagramming capabilities using ASP.NET AJAX. These techniques have been studied and extensively used by ILOG’s .Net team who created a suite of visualization components integrated with MS Visual Studio using them.

Speaker Bio: Patrick Ruzand is an ILOG Architect who develops ILOG’s Visualization products for the .NET framework and Windows Forms controls for developing sophisticated user interfaces with Gantt charts, diagrams, networks, and dashboards.


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