Building Composite Enterprise Applications with WSO2 Developer Studio

A session at WSO2Con 2013

Tuesday 12th February, 2013

1:30pm to 5:00pm

Including the appropriate application component into your enterprise application can decrease development time and maintenance cost. For example, building a business workflow using a BPEL script, dashboard using a Gadget, or integration adapter with an ESB mediation flow. Development tools crossing all enterprise application components are rare, and often expensive. Developer are commonly forced to work with several different tools, and often will use the ‘tool they know’ rather than the ‘best tool for the job’.

The WSO2 Developer Studio is a complete Eclipse-based open source IDE that relieves developers of the day-to-day hassles associated with application development. Developers using WSO2 Developer Studio can build composite enterprise applications using a single, comprehensive tool that supports all application components. Studio helps you develop, deploy, test and debug both on-premise and Cloud applications.

In this tutorial, Harshana will demonstrate how developers can use WSO2 Developer Studio in real-world enterprise application development scenarios. Tutorial participants will learn how the WSO2 Developer Studio can be used to deploy the application to the WSO2 Carbon enterprise middleware platform, and how to manage their enterprise application components with source control systems and build tools.

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Harshana Martin

Software Engineer at WSO2 Inc. and a committer to the Eclipse ECF Project. Graduated from Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Moratuwa. bio from Twitter

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Time 1:30pm5:00pm GMT

Date Tue 12th February 2013

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