IBM WebSphere Portal 8 - IBM WPL53G - Developing Applications for IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0 using IBM

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IBM WPL53G - Developing Applications for IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0 using IBM RAD 8.5

Kurssprache: Deutsch, Schulungsunterlage: Englisch.
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.
You should be able to: 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.
Hinweis: Dieses Seminar wird in Zusammenarbeit mit dem offiziellen Partner des IBM Global Training Providers Global Knowledge: Integrata AG oder dem IBM Education Delivery und IBM Sales Partner von Arrow ECS: Fast Lane Institute for Knowledge Transfer GmbH durchgeführt.

Inhalt

Day 1:
Unit 1: Overview of IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0
Unit 2: Working with portlet concepts
Unit 3: Performing basic tasks
Exercise 3: Creating, deploying, and testing a portlet
Unit 4: Working with the core API
Exercise 4: Working with core portlet objects
Day 2:
Unit 5: Using tag libraries
Exercise 5: Using tag libraries in portlet applications
Unit 6: Processing portlet input
Exercise 6: Processing client input requests
Unit 7: Customizing portlet behavior
Exercise 7: Customizing portlet behavior
Unit 8: Working with client-side aggregation
Day 3:
Unit 9: Interactive portlets
Exercise 9: Developing and testing interactive portlets
Unit 10: Introduction to JavaServer Faces (JSF)
Exercise 10: Creating a JSF portlet application
Unit 11: iWidget development
Exercise 11: Developing an iWidget
Unit 12: Serving resources
Exercise 12: Creating a resource serving portlet
Day 4:
Unit 13: Using Dojo and Ajax in portal development
Exercise 13: Using Dojo in a portlet application
Unit 14: Overview of portlet services
Exercise 14: Creating a custom portlet service
Unit 15: Working with portlet services
Exercise 15: Using a standard portlet service
Day 5:
Unit 16: Building portlet filters
Exercise 16: Developing and testing a portlet filter
Unit 17: Implementing personalization
Exercise 17: Developing and testing components by using personalization
Unit 18: Creating a portal brand
Exercise 18: Creating a portal brand
Unit 19: Creating multichannel Portal applications
Exercise 19: Creating a multichannel Portal application

Voraussetzungen

You should: Possess a solid understanding of J2EE application development, including the ability to read and understand servlets, and Java Server Pages (JSPs), Have a solid understanding of the World Wide Web functionality and be familiar with Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) and Dojo, Have a basic understanding of Rational Application Developer or Eclipse development environment, Have strong Windows user skills.

Zielgruppe

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.

Zielsetzung

You should be able to: 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.