Build a pureXML and JSON application, Part 3, Create OpenSocial gadgets for pureXML
Define, deploy, and test OpenSocial gadgets to interact with JSON Universal Services
From the developerWorks archives
Date archived: December 6, 2016 | First published: November 10, 2009
With the Web 2.0 technology of OpenSocial gadgets, developers can easily include their applications in popular Web sites, such as iGoogle, MySpace, Hi5, LinkedIn, and others. In this article, explore OpenSocial gadgets through hands-on construction of an application that leverages the pureXML® capability of DB2®. This article is the last in a series of three that illustrates how to build a pureXML application whose user interface is a gadget that you can deploy in any OpenSocial compliant Web site. Follow the steps in this article to build a user interface that stores and retrieves the JSON data described in the first article through JSON Universal Services created in the second article.
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