Heidloff, Niklas; Calow, Jeff: JMP401 Introduction to Composite Applications for IBM Lotus Notes and Domino and IBM WebSphere Portal

Composite applications are more than just "integration on the glass;" they allow developers to bring all the resources users need to get their work done together in one context. In this session you'll see how individual components from multiple sources Lotus Domino, Lotus Notes, WebSphere Portal, t...

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YEAR: 2007
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PEOPLE: Calow, Jeff | Heidloff, Niklas
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TIME: 2007
 

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JMP401 Introduction to Composite Applications for IBM Lotus Notes and Domino and IBM WebSphere Portal
Niklas Heidloff; Jeff Calow / 21.01.2007 16:30:00

Composite applications are more than just "integration on the glass;" they allow developers to bring all the resources users need to get their work done together in one context. In this session you'll see how individual components from multiple sources Lotus Domino, Lotus Notes, WebSphere Portal, the Web) can be "wired" together in a Web or rich client environment to build powerful, multi-sourced apps. We'll introduce you to the capabilities of Composite Applications and the underlying programming model that you can quickly apply to your existing applications running on Lotus Domino or WebSphere Portal. Additionally, we'll survey the development tools that application developers use to produce composite applications for Lotus Notes, Lotus Expeditor and browser clients. Come see sample code, and watch as Composite Apps are built before your very eyes!

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