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Getting Started with IBM WebSphere sMash, Portable Documents

Getting Started with IBM WebSphere sMash, Portable Documents

Author: Ron Lynn

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN: 9780137043613

Category: Computers

Page: 400

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Use IBM WebSphere sMash to Rapidly Deliver Scalable, Flexible Web 2.0 Applications With the radically new IBM WebSphere sMash and the Project Zero platform, it’s far easier to develop, assemble, and run applications and mashups that align tightly with SOA enterprise infrastructures. Getting Started with IBM WebSphere sMash covers all aspects of architecting, designing, and developing solutions with these breakthrough technologies. Authored by three IBM leading sMash experts, this practical tutorial shows how to create state-of-the-art web applications far more rapidly than you ever could with traditional Java or .NET enterprise platforms. As you walk through sample projects based on real-life scenarios, you’ll master both basic and advanced sMash features, ranging from request handling to event processing, database access to security. You’ll also learn agile best practices for consistently writing better web applications, delivering them sooner, and getting more value from them. Coverage includes Installing and configuring IBM WebSphere sMash, and choosing your development environment Creating handlers to efficiently service all types of requests Understanding sMash’s “convention over configuration” approach, and knowing when to override convention Rendering responses that include visual content, data, and other resources Connecting with databases via Project Zero’s powerful data access API Using sMash’s security model to protect inbound and outbound connections Building more flexible applications with sMash’s sophisticated event processing Extending sMash development to non-programmers with Assemble Flow Programming client-side code with the Dojo Toolkit Taking advantage of sMash’s PHP support

XPages Portable Command Guide

XPages Portable Command Guide

Author: Martin Donnelly

Publisher: IBM Press

ISBN: 9780132943031

Category: Computers

Page: 320

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A Practical Primer for XPages Application Development, Debugging, and Performance Using XPages, Lotus® Notes® and Domino® developers can quickly create state-of-the-art web, mobile, and Notes client business applications using standard technologies like HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and XML. Now, there’s a perfect portable XPages quick reference for every working developer. Straight from the experts at IBM®, XPages Portable Command Guide offers fast access to working code, tested solutions, expert tips, and example-driven best practices. Drawing on their unsurpassed experience as IBM XPages lead developers and customer consultants, the authors explore many lesser known facets of the XPages runtime, illuminating these capabilities with dozens of examples that solve specific XPages development problems. Using their easy-to-adapt code examples, you can develop XPages solutions with outstanding performance, scalability, flexibility, efficiency, reliability, and value. Covers lots of commands and parameters related to XPages behavior modification through xsp.properties Notes/Domino configuration files XSP Command Manager and OSGi Console The XSP Client-Side JavaScript Object Server Side JavaScript scripting Server Side JavaScript debugging via global functions, simple programming constructs, and logging Instantly access all XPages commands: Use this book as your quick offline solutions resource Logical how-to topic groupings provide one-stop research Compact size makes it easy to carry with you—wherever you go “Create Your Own Journal” section with blank, lined pages makes it easy to personalize this book for your needs “What Do You Want to Do?” chart inside the front cover helps you quickly find specific tasks Designed for all Lotus and Domino developers with at least some XPages experience, XPages Portable Command Guide is the ideal companion and follow-up to Mastering XPages from IBM Press, the world’s #1 book on XPages technology.

Web 2.0 Fundamentals: With AJAX, Development Tools, and Mobile Platforms

Web 2.0 Fundamentals: With AJAX, Development Tools, and Mobile Platforms

Author: Oswald Campesato

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9780763779733

Category: Computers

Page: 751

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Designed for a broad spectrum of people with technically diverse backgrounds, this book covers the most recent developments in Web 2.0 programming topics and applications, including up-to-date material on cloud computing, Google AppEngine, Social Networks, Comet, HTML5, semantic technology, and a chapter on the future of the Web. This book prepares readers for more advanced technical topics in Web 2.0. The accompanying CD-ROM and companion website provide code samples from the book and appendices with an extensive set of links (over 1,000) for supplemental material and links for the Twitter and Facebook pages. (Please note, eBook version does not include CD-ROM).

Inverting the Paradox of Excellence

Inverting the Paradox of Excellence

Author: Vivek Kale

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781466592179

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 442

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Over time, overemphasis and adherence to the same proven routines that helped your organization achieve success can also lead to its decline resulting from organizational inertia, complacency, and inflexibility. Drawing lessons from one of the best models of success, the evolutionary model, Inverting the Paradox of Excellence explains why your organization must proactively seek out changes or variations on a continuous basis for ensuring excellence by testing out a continuum of opportunities and advantages. In other words, to maintain excellence, the company must be in a constant state of flux! The book introduces the patterns and anti-patterns of excellence and includes detailed case studies based on different dimensions of variations, including shared values variations, structure variations, and staff variations. It presents these case studies through the prism of the "variations" idea to help you visualize the difference of the "case history" approach presented here. The case studies illustrate the different dimensions of business variations available to help your organization in its quest towards achieving and sustaining excellence. The book extends a set of variations inspired by the pioneering McKinsey 7S model, namely shared values, strategy, structure, stuff, style, staff, skills, systems, and sequence. It includes case history segments for Toyota, Acer, eBay, ABB, Cisco, Blackberry, Tata, Samsung, Volvo, Charles Schwab, McDonald's, Scania, Starbucks, Google, Disney, and NUMMI. It also includes detailed case histories of GE, IBM, and UPS.