Developing Applications for IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0 using IBM Rational Application Developer 8.5
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This course is designed for users who are new to developing applications for IBM® WebSphere® Portal Server V8.0. It describes the fundamentals of designing and creating portlets and how to put the new features to use including managed pages. Specialized topics include migrating a version 6.1 theme to the new version 8.0 theme architecture by using client-side aggregation V2 (CSA2), developing custom themes by using CSA2, and customizing the user interface for tagging and rating. Developing multi-channel applications using RAD 8.5 is also covered in this course.
- » The target audience for this intermediate course is experienced application developers who are familiar with Java, Web 2.0, and Web development and who are familiar with security concepts.
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- » Compare Rational Application Developer and IBM Web Experience Factory
- » Locate developer resources
- » Review Portlet concepts such as the portlet lifecycle, WAR architecture, core, objects, and methods.
- » Set up a development environment
- » Perform basics of creating a project, deploying a portlet, starting and stopping a server and adding a portlet to a page
- » Work with Core API (JSR 286)
- » Leverage tag libraries
- » Process portlet input
- » Use Client side aggregation (CSA) framework
- » Compare CSA and server-side aggregation (SSA)
- » Customize portlet behavior
- » Build interactive (collaborative) portlets
- » Understand the basics of JavaServer Faces (JSF)
- » Use JSF in the Portal environment
- » Develop an iWidget
- » Use Dojo and Ajax for portal development
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- Module: 1
- Overview of IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0
- Working with portlet concepts
- Performing basic tasks
- Exercise 3: Creating, deploying, and testing a portlet
- Working with the core API
- Exercise 4: Working with core portlet objects
- Module: 2
- Using tag libraries
- Exercise 5: Using tag libraries in portlet applications
- Processing portlet input
- Exercise 6: Processing client input requests
- Customizing portlet behavior
- Exercise 7: Customizing portlet behavior
- Working with client-side aggregation
- Module: 3
- Interactive portlets
- Exercise 9: Developing and testing interactive portlets
- Introduction to JavaServer Faces (JSF)
- Exercise 10: Creating a JSF portlet application
- iWidget development
- Exercise 11: Developing an iWidget
- Serving resources
- Exercise 12: Creating a resource serving portlet
- Module: 4
- Using Dojo and Ajax in portal development
- Exercise 13: Using Dojo in a portlet application
- Overview of portlet services
- Exercise 14: Creating a custom portlet service
- Working with portlet services
- Exercise 15: Using a standard portlet service
- Module: 5
- Building portlet filters
- Exercise 16: Developing and testing a portlet filter
- Implementing personalization
- Exercise 17: Developing and testing components by using personalization
- Creating a portal brand
- Exercise 18: Creating a portal brand
- Creating multichannel Portal applications
- Exercise 19: Creating a multichannel Portal application
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