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By Jaspreet Singh, Software Architect, IBM and Mansi Gaba, Staff Software Engineer, IBM
Get details on the new or enhanced portal and portlet development tools introduced in Version 8.5, including additions for mobile devices. The authors explain ways to use some of these tools and include code snippets and illustrated examples. Familiarity with Rational Application Developer is helpful in following the article.
Product: IBM Rational Application Developer
By Lu Yang, C/C++ Test Teamlead for AIX and Linux on Power, IBM and Christopher Barton, PhD, Technical lead, XL C/C++ & XL Fortran for AIX and Linux on Power, IBM
When too many addresses of global symbols in C, C++, and Fortran programs are stored in the table of contents, TOC overflow occurs. Learn the different mechanisms for handling it, the performance impact of each, and the best ways to use the mechanisms, based on the application characteristics.
By Ritesh Nigam, Staff Software Engineer, I.B.M.
Project Security is a new feature added to Rational Change in Version 5.3. It makes user management easy. Part 1 explained the feature and related terminology. This second and last part explains how to set up project security and then create and maintain project rules for your organization.
Product: IBM Rational Change
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What does it mean to "flatten" your software release process? How will this affect your organizational structure? In the first installment of the Agile DevOps series, DevOps expert Paul Duvall describes how developers and operations are working together on software delivery teams to streamline the process of developing and releasing software. He discusses such nascent topics as test-driven infrastructures, transient environments, and the Chaos Monkey and how these techniques all work toward the goal of getting software to users sooner.
The ALM e-kit is your one stop for analyst reports, case studies, white papers, demos, and more. Learn how to accelerate software delivery while keeping costs down without sacrificing quality. In this e-kit, you can download this Forrester Research report and see why they ranked IBM achieved the highest rankings in current offering and strategy among all vendors.
IBM® Rational® Application Developer for WebSphere® Software helps developers quickly design, develop, test, analyze, and deploy high-quality Java, Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE), Web 2.0, service-oriented architecture (SOA), and portal applications. Rational Application Developer includes features to quickly build skills on emerging Java EE and web technologies, automate code verification, build and test. It also enables agile software development for today's fast-paced software delivery.