IBM Web Experience Factory 8: A developer's perspective

Understand the key concepts of the IBM Web Experience Factory 8 tool, key capabilities, and benefits over conventional portlet development tools, and learn how to leverage them in developing portlet applications.

Deepak Gupta (Deepak.Gupta@in.ibm.com), Staff Software Engineer, IBM

Deepak Gupta pictureDeepak Gupta is Staff Software Engineer based at IBM's Delhi, NCR, India facility, where he works on WebSphere Portal development and customer engagements. He is currently the worldwide focal point for People Components for WebSphere Portal and serves as a Subject Matter Expert for WebSphere Portal. Deepak holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the Indraprastha University, India. He can be reached at Deepak.Gupta@in.ibm.com.



07 June 2012

Understand the key concepts of the IBM Web Experience Factory 8 tool, key capabilities, and benefits over conventional portlet development tools, and learn how to leverage them in developing portlet applications.

In this white paper

  • Overview
  • WEF architecture and key concepts
  • WEF application framework
  • Creating a WEF Project
  • Creating a Hello World portlet using WEF
  • WEF Web application directory structure
  • Dynamic profiling with WEF
  • Custom Builder in WEF
  • Key points about WEF development
  • Comparing WEF with conventional portlet development
  • Troubleshooting, debugging, and error handling
  • Conclusion
  • Resources
  • About the author

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White paper in PDF formatWEF_DevPerspective_Final.pdf1,026 KB

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