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Building Rich but Accessible Sakai Tools

Speaker(s): Colin Clark, Joshua Ryan; Aaron Zeckoski; Antranig Basman

Session Abstract

Techniques, tips and tricks for developing rich Sakai tools that are still functional to all users using the PageOrderHelper as a case study, plus a discussion of the pros and cons of some of the current Java frameworks and Javascript libraries for use in building rich Sakai tools.

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