Meeting password: ICSAppDev
Jaspreet is the Architect for RAD Portal tools in the IBM Collaboration Services group based out of ISL Gurgaon. His area of expertise includes Java EE technology, both server side and client side, Eclipse, Portal domain, SOA etc. He is a regular speaker at international IBM conferences and has presented at RSDC 2008 (Orlando), PEC 2009 (San Diego), Innovate 2010 (Orlando), XwX Conference 2011 (Orlando), XwX Conference 2012 (Berlin), XwX Conference 2013 (Berlin) and IBM Connect 2014 (Orlando). He has also authored an essay in International Journals of Web Portals in 2011. Apart from that he has multiple patents and has written multiple articles on my technical expertise domain on IBM developerworks site.
Developing Portlets using third Party JSF Libraries
JavaServer Faces (JSF) is a JEE standard for server side UI frameworks. The JEE application development trend shows that JSF is the UI framework of choice for creating web applications. In this session we will demonstrate how you can use JSF v2.0 technology to create JSR 286 portlet applications with IBM Rational Application Developer using the PrimeFaces JSF component library. We will also share best practices to be considered while creating JSF portlet applications.
Meeting password: ICSAppDev
Mansi is a Staff software engineer for RAD Portal tools in the IBM Collaboration Services group based out of ISL Gurgaon. Her areas of expertise include WebSphere Portal, JavaServer Faces (JSF) portlet bridge, JSF technology on WebSphere Portal, JSR 286 portlet, portlet server tooling domain, Eclipse, and user interface technologies and frameworks. She has completed Sun Certified Java Programmer, Sun Certified Web Component Developer, and Oracle Certified Professional, Java EE 5 Business Component Developer. She has authored many articles related to RAD portal tooling and JSF portlets on IBM developerWorks.
What’s new in the IBM Social Business Toolkit SDK
The IBM Social Business Toolkit SDK has evolved rapidly over the last year. In this session you will learn about the new features that are available in the latest release and how to take advantage of this features to rapidly add social features to your existing applications. There have been a number of successful projects build using the SDK during the last year. We will describe how these projects were implemented and present some design patterns and best practices that have been identified. Finally we will look to the future of the SDK and what is being planned and worked on for upcoming releases.
Programmatic Access to and Extensibility of the IBM SmartCloud for Social Business
Technology to deliver Exceptional Social Digital Experiences
What’s new for Developers in IBM Domino & Domino Designer 9.0.1
IBM iNotes and SmartCloud Notes Web Customization
Working with Widgets in IBM Notes and IBM iNotes
How to use the Social Business Development Environments
IBM Software Engineer, Social Business Toolkit
This session introduces the IBM Collaboration Quickstart for Social Business, describes the various versions available in the preconfigured development and test environment, talks about using the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise, and talks about lessons learned in developing with the SmartCloud Enterprise. The session also talks about and compares the use of partner images, IBM Greenhouse, the Quickstart and the SmartCloud for Social Business.
How to add your own OpenSocial Gadgets to IBM Connections
OpenSocial Gadgets offer a range of integration options in IBM Connections; the Share Box, the Activity Stream, the Home Page, and Connections Mail can all be extended with OpenSocial Gadgets. During the webinar we will walk through various demonstrations of all the integration options and show you how to get started building your own OpenSocial Gadgets to integrate your app into IBM Connections.
How to access the Activity Stream in IBM Connections
Bill Looby, IBM, Social Software Architect
Francis Moloney, IBM, Software Engineer Social Business Toolkit
The Activity Stream represents an open, implementation independent, standardized means of aggregating events from multiple sources. In order to provide real value, these sources must be in a position to push events easily into the stream. In this webinar we demonstrate the the data model used to post events to the stream along with the use cases associated with doing so. We also show the value of the Social Business Toolkit in simplifying this task and improving productivity.
How to extend IBM Connections Communities and Profiles
IBM, Software Engineer – Dev Lead IBM Connections News
Developers and administrators can extend the IBM Connections user interface with new capabilities, and replace existing capabilities that are shipped with the product by developing their own iWidgets using the iWidget specifications and integrating them with IBM Connections.
The webinar will start with an overview of iWidgets specifications, and then dive more in details on the deployment and development of iWidgets for Profiles, Communities and Homepage services. Finally, the session will give a few good practices in iWidget development for Connections.
How to enhance Email with Embedded Experiences
IBM, Software Engineer – OpenSocial / Embedded Experiences
Have you ever wondered how to send an embedded experience email to Notes, iNotes, or Connections Mail? It is not as hard as it may seem and gives your users a huge productivity boost. There are various ways to do it, including using existing APIs that you may already be using in your application today. Join us for a webinar on embedded experiences in email and learn how to add this exciting piece of functionality to your application.
How to use the IBM Social Business Toolkit in XPages
IBM, XPages Architect
IBM, XPages Developer
In this webinar you will learn how to socialize your XPages applications using the IBM Social Business Toolkit SDK. XPages is the strategic development framework for Notes/Domino with over 10,000 developers worldwide. Here you will see how to extend the reach of XPages so that it integrates quickly and easily with IBM Connections, IBM Sametime and other offerings in the IBM Collaboration Suite (ICS) of products. We will also demonstrate how XPages can use IBM SBT to work seamlessly with other mainstream social platforms like Twitter, Dropbox and so forth.
The session begins by explaining the integration points between XPages and IBM SBT SDK and how to get up and running from a development standpoint. You will get a high level demonstration of XPages working with a variety of social platforms before we move on to building simple standalone XPages social snippets in the SBT playround. To round out the webinar we will apply these capabilities to a real application to show how to reap the benefits of XPages and IBM SBT in a practical context.
How to use the IBM Social Business Toolkit in Java Applications
IBM, Social Business Toolkit Developer
In this webinar you will learn about the Java APIs provided in the IBM Social Business Toolkit SDK. We will demonstrate a samples framework which lets developers see these APIs in action. The webinar will also include demonstrations of some mini applications developed using the IBM Social Business Toolkit. To get started we will show you what options exist to quickly get the SDK running in your local Eclipse IDE. Finally the session will cover how to start using the Java API from within a simple dynamic web application.