Developing an IBM SmartCloud for Social Business application

Learn how to develop an application that integrates with IBM SmartCloud for Social Business by authenticating/authorizing via the Open Authorization protocol, calling the SmartCloud for Social Business service APIs to do a useful task, and extending the UI to show an integrated look. A sample Web application is used as the primary tool to illustrate the required steps to integrate with IBM's premier cloud offering.

Jason Blakely (jblakely@us.ibm.com), Advisory Software Engineer, IBM

Jason Blakely is a Software Engineer at IBM's Research Triangle Park Lab in Raleigh, North Carolina, working on Partner Integrations for IBM SmartCloud for Social Business. You can reach Jason at jblakely@us.ibm.com.



30 March 2012

Learn how to develop an application that integrates with IBM SmartCloud for Social Business by authenticating/authorizing via the Open Authorization protocol, calling the SmartCloud for Social Business service APIs to do a useful task, and extending the UI to show an integrated look. A sample Web application is used as the primary tool to illustrate the required steps to integrate with IBM's premier cloud offering.

In this white paper

  • Introduction
  • Authentication/Authorization
  • APIs
  • UI extensions
  • Conclusion
  • Resources
  • Author bio

Downloads

DescriptionNameSize
White paper in PDF formatDevelopingSmartCloudApp_Final.pdf489 KB
Sample Web applicationSBTKDeveloperAppPackage.zip  ( HTTP | FTP )1,473 KB

Resources

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