Server-side mobile application development with IBM Worklight

A five-part article series that explains how to use IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software and IBM® Worklight together to develop applications for mobile devices. Bhargav Perepa walks you through the entire process. He provides application and sample configuration files to guide you through the steps.

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Bhargav Perepa (bvperepa@us.ibm.com), WebSphere Architect and IT Specialist, IBM China

Bhargav PerepaBhargav Perepa is a WebSphere architect and IT specialist in the IBM Federal Software Group in Washington DC area. Previously, he was a developer in the Austin WebSphere Development Lab and had Smalltalk and C++ development experience at IBM Chicago. Bhargav holds a master's degree in Computer Science from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, and a master's in business administration (MBA) from the University of Texas, Austin.



02 October 2013

Part 1. IBM Worklight adapter integration with Java business logic
In this first article, Bhargav Perepa covers developing and testing a Java application in Rational Application Developer, creating a custom Java application logic package as a library to use in mobile application development, how to use Worklight to develop a server-side mobile application component to use that library, and how to use Worklight Studio to test the mobile application.
Read more in Part 1 >
 
Part 2. IBM Worklight adapter integration with web service business logic
This part demonstrates how to extend and transform existing server-side business logic assets to the mobile domain without re-engineering. Bhargav Perepa first shows how to use Rational Application Developer workbench to develop and test a JAX-WS application. Then he explains how to use Worklight Studio to develop and test a mobile application that uses the logic developed in the web service application.
Read more in Part 2 >
 
Part 3. Integrate the IBM Worklight adapter with RESTful services
In this third article, Bhargav Perepa covers three key topics: Developing and testing a JPA-exposed RESTFul service application in Rational Application Developer for WebSphere, using that to create an application logic package as a library to use in mobile application development, and using Worklight Studio to develop and test a server-side mobile application component to use that library.
Read more in Part 3 >
 
Part 4. Integrate the IBM Worklight adapter with SCA 1.1 services
This part demonstrates how to extend and transform existing server-side business logic assets to the mobile domain without re-engineering. Bhargav Perepa first shows how to use Rational Application Developer workbench to develop and test a JAX-WS application. Then he explains how to use Worklight Studio to develop and test a mobile application that uses the logic developed in the web service application.
Read more in Part 4 >
 
Part 5. Integrate the IBM Worklight adapter with EJB 3.1 application
This part demonstrates how to extend and transform existing server-side business logic assets to the mobile platforms without re-engineering. Bhargav Perepa first shows how to use Rational Application Developer workbench to develop and test an EJB 3.1 application. Then he explains how to use Worklight Studio to develop and test a mobile application that uses the business logic developed in the EJB 3.1 application.
Read more in Part 5 >
 
Part 6. Integrate the IBM Worklight adapter with JMS MDB application
This part demonstrates how to extend and transform existing server-side business logic assets to the mobile platforms without re-engineering. Bhargav Perepa first shows how to use Rational Application Developer workbench to develop and test a SOAP/JMS/JAX-WS/MDB service application. Then he explains how to use Worklight Studio to develop and test a mobile application that uses the business logic developed in the SOAP/JMS/JAX-WS/MDB service application.
Read more in Part 6 >
 

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