Developing a custom tree iWidget for WebSphere Business Space that retrieves data from a REST service using Apache Wink

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Venkat Yadavalli and Vanya Jain

Date archived: September 8, 2016 | First published: July 13, 2011

Develop an iWidget to display a tree structure and deploy it in Business Space powered by WebSphere®. The iWidget you'll develop in this article is basically a viewer that fetches the data by invoking a RESTful web service, which returns data in JSON format. The article covers the Dijit Tree; the Dijit TabContainer; and the Apache Wink framework for invoking the RESTful service.

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