This Week On developerWorks for May 31, 2013
Bhargav Perepa , IT Specialist at IBM, discusses his new article series on server-side app mobile app development. He explains how to use IBM® Rational® Application Developer for WebSphere® Software and IBM® Worklight together to develop applications for mobile devices, including those that run Android, iOS, BlackBerry, and Microsoft Windows Metro operating systems.
Thejaswini Ramachandra and Pradeep Bhat, Girish Dhanakshirur have published a new article called Send SMS push notifications to your mobile app using IBM Worklight. One of the key requirements for enterprise apps is the ability to send short messages (as notifications or alerts) to mobile clients. Notifications drive user engagement and can be based on events or triggered by user behavior or by some pre-condition. IBM® Worklight® V5.0.5 provides support for sending SMS/text notifications to mobile devices in addition to smart phone push notifications. This article explains how you can set up and send SMS notifications with Worklight, using a retail banking scenario as an example. Sample mobile app source is provided to illustrate how to subscribe and receive SMS notifications.
Sherif Sakr published An introduction to InfoSphere Streams to introduce the world to the IBM's architecture and offerings that can process vast amounts of generated streaming data in real time. Find out what the product is designed to do, when it can be useful, how it works, and how it can complement InfoSphere BigInsights™ to perform highly complex analytics.
Piyush Jain published a tutorial Multi-disk management for IBM Systems Director VMControl, whch is the component of IBM Systems director that manages virtual resources. This tutorial talks about multi-disk management for virtual server using the VMControl Representational State Transfer (REST) application programming interfaces (APIs) and command-line interface (CLI). View more content in this series
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