Developing a client and server mashup mobile application with IBM Worklight

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Walter Jenny

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: September 12, 2012

This article illustrates the development process of a hybrid mobile application that combines data, presentation, and functionality from several sources on both the client and server side. The main characteristics of such a mashup application are the combination, visualization, and aggregation of different sources. A variety of published web sources are utilized, as well as data from a relational database that could be hosted by an enterprise. You will see that IBM® Worklight V5 is an ideal platform for building such mashup-based hybrid applications that can be targeted for a broad variety of mobile devices. This content is part of the IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal.

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