A platform for building and running dynamic Web 2.0-based applications using SOA principles, based on Project Zero.
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- Secure your applications using the IBM WebSphere sMash security model
IBM WebSphere sMash server provides built-in security mechanisms. This article describes different types of authentication, file-based and LDAP-based security, and how to implement SSL security.
- Getting started with IBM WebSphere sMash
This book, authored by three IBM leading sMash experts, is a practical tutorial showing how you can create state-of-the-art web applications far more rapidly than you ever could with traditional Java or .NET enterprise platforms.
- Extending Social Commerce features in WebSphere Commerce V7
Store developers can extend Social Commerce widgets and services to provide additional capabilities for their end users. This short tutorial covers an extension scenario that modifies both a widget and its underlying service provider, using WebSphere sMash and the Dojo Toolkit.
- Series: Innovative uses for WebSphere sMash
This article series presents actual examples where IBM WebSphere sMash was selected and used to perform innovative and valuable tasks.
- Create multi-tenant workflows using WebSphere sMash Assemble Flow
This demo shows a multi-tenant interactive workflow application built using IBM WebSphere sMash Assemble Flow. Instances of this workflow can be configured slightly differently by different tenant banks in a sample multi-tenant banking application.
- Integrating SOAP Web services in WebSphere sMash applications
Want to reuse existing SOAP Web services in new applications? This tutorial demonstrates how you can use the WebSphere sMash REST to SOAP extension to leverage a SOAP Web service deployed on IBM WebSphere Application Server.
- WebSphere sMash and DB2 Express-C on the Amazon EC2 public cloud
A look at the public cloud and how you can use the WebSphere sMash and DB2 Express-C Amazon Machine Images (AMI) to deliver Web applications hosted on the EC2 public cloud infrastructure.
- Comment lines: The best ideas are the simple ones
When trying to design the best solution, keeping things simple is your best bet for controlling costs, saving time, and avoiding long term problems. This article explains the idea behind simplistic design and why its simple benefits often trump the bigger-is-better approach.
IBM® WebSphere® sMash provides a development and runtime environment that enables agile development of dynamic Web 2.0-based applications using SOA principles. WebSphere sMash gives developers the power to create, assemble, and execute situational composite applications by using dynamic scripting languages, lightweight application assembly, and REST-style service invocation. Developing with WebSphere sMash reduces complexity and risks, shortens development time, and minimizes learning curves.