The IBM Rational Development Tools for OSGi Applications help you build enterprise applications that benefit from the modularity, dynamism, versioning, and third-party library integration provided by the OSGi applications framework.
This exercise demonstrates how a developer can build, deploy and test dynamic Web applications using WebSphere Application Server Community Edition and Eclipse.IBM products used in this exerciseWebSphere Application Server Community EditionYou will leverage Eclipse Galileo to setup, deploy, and test a Web services application against WAS CE. In addition, you will also explore the capabilities of the Eclipse Web services tool for generating Web services, as well as embedded tooling in WAS CE that aid in creating WSDL files and source. This exercise will appeal to developers, managers or IT professionals who are currently building and deploying simple Web applications on Tomcat or other open source application servers.
Looking back to our recent technological past, it's clear that the cloud computing movement has been coming in the time since distributed computing and its related technologies (like grid computing and SOA) gained widespread adoption. Cloud computing is now here, but many still have questions about this new technology. Part 1 of this article series discusses cloud computing in general, then dissects the layers of the cloud, presents the different cloud types, along with their benefits and drawbacks, and explains why this movement is important for enterprise developers.
WebSphere sMash DE v188.8.131.52 includes the App Builder and a stable runtime to support evaluation, development, demonstration and testing of applications. The Command Line Interface (CLI) contains the base support for developing and running apps. Additional runtime libraries are retrieved as needed from a module repository on ProjectZero.org.
WebSphere sMash team blog about development, news, events, cookbook tutorials, videos and other topics related to Dynamic Scripting with PHP and Groovy, and RESTful application-centric situational web applications. WebSphere sMash in Amazon Web Services, IBM Smart Business Cloud, and CICS enviroments. WebSphere sMash features an alternative script runtime for PHP and Groovy on the P8 JVM. Project Zero is the development community for WebSphere sMash users, partners and developers.