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XPages has provided a whole new world for web development. A component of that is delivering applications to mobile devices. With XPages and the Extension Library, built-in controls based on Dojo 1.5 are provided that allow developers to easily build mobile applications. The standard user interfaces produced by the XPages controls mimic the look and feel of native applications built for the iPhone or Android. This session builds a mobile application step-by-step and provides the finished code as a take away. The application features capabilities for hooking in the device's email, phone, and Google map capabilities while running as a code-only app in the DMZ with data safely behind the corporate firewall.
by Bruce Elgort
You have read lots about IBM's Project Vulcan "vision" and how it well revolutionize the way users experience applications. In this session you will learn and see in action the first series of services which are available in the IBM® Social Business Toolkit. How will you see them? With REAL XPages code of course! Learn about ActivityStreams, OpenSocial, Oauth and much more. Read and update ActivityStreams, integrate with other social platforms such as Twitter and LinkedIn. Be there or be read about in my activity stream!
by Brian Benz
XPages are a great way to create beautiful Web applications quickly. They also pose new opportunities for development teams to trip each other up if you're not careful. This session will show you how to organize and enable a team of developers to build and implement XPage solutions for your company. We'll show you the best tools in Domino designer as well as open source and third party tools to get the most out of your development teams.
This session is an overview of the strategy, capabilities and roadmap for application development as it applies to Collaboration solutions products. We'll provide you with the insight developers need to make decisions on how build or modernize your solutions. You'll also hear about some of the exiting new technologies we will be delivering as part of Project Vulcan and social application development.
IBM Lotus Web Content Management (WCM) is a powerful browser based application designed to accelerate the creation, maintenance and delivery of business content to intranet, extranet, internet and portal sites. In this session you will learn the key capabilities of WCM, the basic WCM development concepts and how content can be developed and published without the intervention of IT. The session will include a demonstration of content authoring and editing using WCM 7 and will be presented by a WCM and WebSphere Portal expert.
21st–22nd June 2011