Getting started with IBM Worklight V5.0.6
Use Worklight V5.0.6 to build, test, deploy, and manage your smartphone and tablet apps for iOS, Android, Blackberry, and Windows Phone devices. The self-paced modules (PDF files), exercises, and sample code on this page will get you started.
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Learn how to create your first IBM Worklight app and preview it in different mobile operating systems.
Learn how to use basic IBM Worklight APIs to develop your apps, how to build a multi-page application, how to work with the user interface framework, how to debug and optimize your app, and some general information that you must know to work in each specific environment.
Learn how to develop the server code (adapters) that your mobile application requires to integrate with enterprise back-end applications and cloud services.
Learn how to implement different features in your mobile application, such as controls, skins, offline access, translation, and encryption of sensitive data. You also learn how to develop your client application by using native APIs.
Learn how to use Apache Cordova with IBM Worklight, and how to use native pages in hybrid applications.
Learn how to protect your applications and adapter procedures against unauthorized access by using authentication, login modules, and device provisioning.
Learn advanced topics that you can use with IBM Worklight, such as how to develop by using shells or how to handle notifications.
Learn how to move the apps that you create from your development environment to the production environment.
|Self-paced modules||Exercises and code samples|
|Moving from development environment to stand-alone QA and production servers|
|Reports and analytics|
Learn how IBM Worklight integrates with some other IBM products, such as IBM PureApplication™ System and Tivoli® Directory Server.
Learn how to use IBM Worklight to develop applications that are based on the Dojo Mobile framework, by studying the following samples.
Download convenient ZIPs of just the Getting started material. Try the Starter applications for a fast start to creating your mobile apps. Browse additional documentation on how to globalize your apps and calculate the required hardware for your IBM Worklight deployment.
|All Getting started modules|
|All Getting started module companion samples and application samples|
|IBM Worklight Starter application|
|IBM Worklight Starter application with jQuery Mobile|
|IBM Worklight Starter application with Sencha Touch|
|IBM Worklight Starter application with Dojo Mobile|
IBM Worklight V5.0.6 Scalability & Hardware Sizing
|Get results of Worklight scalability tests, and a guide to using the Hardware Calculator. The Hardware Calculator is a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet to help you determine the required hardware for your IBM Worklight deployment.|
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