Defining and building the iPhone application

From the developerWorks archives

Luca Amato and Alessandro Bartoli

Date archived: August 1, 2016 | First published: February 02, 2011

This series of articles walks you through the process of creating a full client application for an Apple iPhone device that collaborates with an IBM® WebSphere® CloudBurst™ Appliance using a REST API. WebSphere CloudBurst is a new class of hardware that dispenses IBM WebSphere Application Server topologies into a cloud of virtualized hardware. Using the vast REST-based APIs provided, WebSphere CloudBurst offers many integration opportunities for a Web 2.0 environment, such as with a smartphone. Part 1 of this article series provided a high level introduction to help you prepare your development environment for creating this integrated solution. Part 2 takes the next steps toward building the sample application using the iPhone SDK, and defines the data elements that will be used for retrieving and displaying JSON data from the back end.. This content is part of the IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal.

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