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IoT and the Smart Home, Part 3: Develop the IoT apps for a home automation system
In this series, you will learn how to build a simple - but complete - home automation system. In doing so, you'll work with 433-MHz hardware components, software that runs on the Raspberry Pi, and the Watson IoT Platform in the IBM Cloud. In this part of the series, I'll show you how to build the IoT and mobile apps to control your home automation system.
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Tutorial 28 Mar 2018
IoT and the Smart Home, Part 2: Setting up the system software for a home automation system
In this series, you will learn how to build a simple - but complete - home automation system. In doing so, you'll work with 433-MHz hardware components, software that runs on the Raspberry Pi, and the Watson IoT Platform in the IBM Cloud. In this part of the series, I'll show you the software that I used to build the home automation system and run it to control the 433-MHz devices that you set up in Part 1.
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Tutorial 28 Mar 2018
IoT and the Smart Home, Part 1: Setting up the hardware for a home automation system
In this series, you will learn how to build a simple - but complete - home automation system. In doing so, you'll work with 433 MHz hardware components, software that runs on the Raspberry Pi, and the Watson IoT Platform in the IBM Cloud. In this part of the series, you will learn about how 433-MHz hardware works, how to use a breadboard, and how to set up the hardware for the home automation project that you'll build in this series.
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Tutorial 28 Feb 2018
Create a mobile-friendly to-do list app with PHP, jQuery Mobile, and Google Tasks
Want a build a simple mobile app to create and manage your to-do lists? It's easy with the Slim PHP micro-framework, jQuery Mobile, and the Google Tasks API. I'll show you how I did it.
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Articles 14 Nov 2017
Building location-aware IoT apps, Part 1: Build a PHP app that uses GPS data from an IoT device
This article is the first in a two-part series, "Building location-aware IoT apps." Are you a PHP developer who is interested in building IoT applications? It can be difficult to get started. This tutorial will help you get started by taking you step-by-step through the process of building a PHP-powered, IBM Cloud IoT application that subscribes to location data that connected devices send to the IBM Watson IoT Platform. The app then converts that data into map images by using the Google Maps API.
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Articles 13 Sep 2017
Monitor mobile devices with the Geospatial Analytics service
Obtain, run, and extend a Node.js starter application that uses the IBM Cloud Geospatial Analytics service. With the Geospatial Analytics service, you can monitor moving devices from the Internet of Things. The service analyzes a device message stream from MQTT and tracks device locations in real time with respect to one or more geographic regions.
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Articles 11 Sep 2017
Building location-aware IoT apps, Part 2: Build a PHP app that delivers geo-targeted marketing messages to an IoT device
This article is the first in a two-part series, "Building location-aware IoT apps." Receiving real-time data from IoT devices is only half the puzzle: the other half involves reacting to that data. This article shows you how to use PHP, MySQL, and IBM Watson IoT Platform rules to process incoming data streams from IoT devices and transmit calculations or commands back to the cloud in real-time. This two-way communication is a key part of building useful IoT-based applications.
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Articles 17 Jul 2017
Rapidly develop Internet of Things apps with Docker Containers
The rapid growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) has been driven in part by the commoditization and accessibility of wireless modules, sensors, and microcontrollers. But the IoT isn't just big news for device manufacturers. As the number and variety of connected devices increases, the demand for applications to interface with those devices and to process the vast quantities of data that they produce is also increasing. To match this growing demand, web and mobile application developers will need to start to develop for the IoT and adapt their current development practices to meet the challenges of this new application area. One such development practice is the use of containers. Containers are a lightweight approach to virtualization that developers can apply to rapidly develop, test, deploy, and update IoT applications at scale.
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Articles 07 Jul 2017
Build a home assistant mobile application with Watson and IoT Platform services
The tutorial shows how a mobile application can use the Watson Assistant, Text to Speech, and Speech to Text services to understand user commands, which are then used to control devices through IBM IoT Platform services. It also shows how to integrate a Raspberry Pi as a home gateway that receives commands from and sends events to the mobile app. Finally, it shows how to store images by using Object Storage Service.
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Articles 01 Jun 2017
Build a mobile app to analyze other apps with IBM Cloud, Watson Discovery, and Cloudant
Build a mobile app that provides an analysis of the reviews of the top 10 free apps in the App Store. The app then uses Cloudant to store the app details.
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Articles 22 May 2017
HTTP server push with WebSocket and SSE
WebSocket and SSE are two leading server push solutions for real-time streaming in web and mobile applications, but how do they compare? A Python web app highlights the strengths and limits of each protocol, then gets you over the hump of troubleshooting connection issues in the WebSocket frontend.
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Tutorial 05 May 2017
8 guidelines for building consumer-like enterprise apps
Adam Fingerman, Co-Founder and Chief Experience Officer at ArcTouch and a leading expert on custom mobile app development, recently joined me on The New Builders podcast to talk about how consumer app preferences can influence enterprise application development.This blog covers some key takeaways based on my interview with Fingerman and other best practices learned from the IBM Cloud Data Services developer advocacy team.
Blog 21 Feb 2017
3 steps to accelerate your mobile apps with APIs by using API Connect
Enrich your mobile apps by invoking REST APIs with the power of your enterprise assets. Although this might sound easy, it can be difficult to find the APIs you need, learn about them, and then know how to use them. This article explains how you can use API Connect to accelerate your mobile apps.
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Articles 28 Nov 2016
Cool your hot entities in IBM ODM Decision Server Insights
Build solutions in IBM Operational Decision Manager (ODM) Decision Server Insights that prevent hot entities. Learn the causes and the tips to avoid these entity instances that are referenced by thousands of events, slowing down processing and becoming the sole consumers of events in the system.
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Articles 14 Nov 2016
Access IBM BPM from anywhere: phone, tablet or desktop, Part 2: Update styles and themes for mobile user interfaces
Your process participants can use the Process Portal in IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) V8.5.7 and later releases to work on process tasks, access dashboards, and update user profiles with selfies taken from mobile devices. In Part 1, you learned how process participants can create, use, and share saved searches and how they can filter, sort, and build custom task lists. Now in Part 2, learn how to style user interfaces at the level of a coach and how to create themes for a process application UI.
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Articles 04 Nov 2016
Access IBM BPM from anywhere: phone, tablet or desktop, Part 1: Explore the mobile Process Portal for process participants
Process participants can use the responsive IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) Process Portal to work on process tasks, access dashboards from mobile devices and update user profiles with selfies taken from a phone. Learn how to test these mobile user interfaces and also create, use and share saved searches. Filter, sort and build custom task lists.
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Articles 04 Nov 2016
Create mobile geofencing apps in the cloud with IBM Cloud
Mobile operating systems can detect when a device enters or leaves a specific geographic region. These circular regions are known as geofences. This article explains how to create a mobile application that can monitor an unlimited number of geofences using mobile OS geolocation capabilities and IBM Cloud services. Included is a sample implementation that consists of client-side code for both iOS and Android for geofence detection, and server-side code that leverages several IBM Cloud services for the definition and storage of geofences.
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Articles 21 Oct 2016
Build an Android app using Cloudant NoSQL DB and Push Notifications on IBM Cloud
Build an Android application using the IBM Cloudant NoSQL DB service on IBM Cloud. This multi-part series will gradually build, with each part introducing you to new services. This tutorial includes a demo, sample code, and complete instructions for creating the BlueList Android application. You can apply what you've learned to integrate Cloudant NoSQL DB, IBM Push Notifications, and Node.js services into your own applications.
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Articles 23 Aug 2016
Build a hybrid mobile app with IBM Cloud, Watson, and Apache Cordova
This article describes how to take an existing web app and easily transform it into a hybrid mobile application. Hybrid mobile apps are built using the tools you know and love, JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS. They are wrapped in a thin layer of native code and provide access to device capabilities, including location, accelerometer, camera, contacts and more. They run natively on iOS, Android, Windows phone, and other platforms. You can even find them in the app store.
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Articles 04 Aug 2016
The busy JavaScript developer's guide to Sails.js, Part 1: Build and deploy a basic web app with Sails
Like so many server-side JavaScript frameworks, Sails.js makes it easier to build traditional web applications. Sails also embraces some of the ideas that made Rails revolutionary, bringing a new level of productivity to web and mobile development on top of Node.js. This first installment in a series features an overview of what makes Sails different, including its new-school approach to MVC architectures. You'll also set up your development environment and deploy a basic Sails application to the IBM Cloud.
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Articles 12 Jul 2016
Deploy a Meteor-based web and mobile chat server
Discover developerWorks Premium and host a private Rocket.Chat server on IBM Bluemix for your development team or friends/family, with you in full control. A developerWorks Premium membership can give you a head start on cloud services deployment.
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Articles 26 May 2016
Extend an Android app using the IBM Push Notifications service on IBM Cloud
Build an Android application using the IBM Push Notifications and Node.js services available on IBM Cloud. This tutorial includes sample code and complete instructions for creating the BlueList Android application.
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Articles 03 May 2016
What do you see? A cognitive app for visual accessibility
Learn how you can use Bluemix, Apache Cordova, and IBM Watson Visual Recognition and Text to Speech services to quickly build and run an accessible mobile app for users who have vision problems.
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Articles 07 Mar 2016
Build a weather-tracking application in the cloud, Part 2
Looking to build weather data into your mobile or web application? This second tutorial of a two-part series introduces the new Insights for Weather service from IBM. You'll see how to update the base PHP application you created in Part 1 to track the weather in up to five world cities and host the final application on IBM Bluemix.
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Articles 10 Feb 2016
Build a weather-tracking application in the cloud, Part 1
If you need to build weather information into your mobile or web application, look no further. This tutorial, the first of a two-part series, shows you how to create a base application for retrieving and storing latitude/longitude coordinates for world cities. It uses the Silex PHP micro-framework to build the application, together with MongoDB to store data and jQuery Mobile for the user interface. Part 2 introduces the new IBM Insights for Weather service and shows you how host your application on IBM Bluemix.
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Articles 02 Feb 2016
IBM Security Access Manager: Protect websites with context-based access
Learn how to secure a website with context-based two-factor authentication by integrating and configuring IBM Security Access Manager (ISAM) for Web and IBM Security Access Manager for Mobile. The authors will demonstrate how to use ISAM for Mobile's context-based authorization and one-time password (OTP) interface to enable security architects to apply intelligent stronger authentication access decisions across an organization's website.
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Articles 21 Dec 2015
Reader favorites: Top 5 cloud computing tutorials for 2015
As you may have noticed, much of the cloud computing content we've published on developerWorks this year has focused on IBM Bluemix. Indeed, I've already posted a list of our top 5 Bluemix tutorials for 2015. But there's a whole lot more to developing for cloud than that one (very powerful) product. That's why I've pulled together this separate list: top 5 developerWorks tutorials published in 2015 that focus on cloud topics other than Bluemix. I chose these based on developerWorks traffic data for 2015 to date -- that's right, these are your favorites for the year.
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Articles 15 Dec 2015
Build a notepad application with PHP, MongoDB, and IBM Bluemix
This article shows you to use IBM Bluemix to build and deploy a web-based notepad application with PHP, MongoDB, and Bootstrap. It uses MongoDB for fast and scalable document storage, the Slim PHP micro-framework for the application's business logic, and Bootstrap for a responsive, mobile-friendly user interface.
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Articles 15 Dec 2015
Build and deploy an investment tracking application in the cloud with IBM Bluemix, Part 2
In Part 2 of this two-part series, I show you how to use the financial data in a PHP application developed in Part 1 to provide an instant, accurate valuation of an investment portfolio.
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Articles 07 Dec 2015
Build and deploy an investment tracking application in the cloud with IBM Bluemix, Part 1
In Part 1 of this two-part series, I show you how to connect and retrieve financial data using an open API. A mobile-compliant interface framework enables the application to work equally well on desktop computers and mobile devices. And hosting it on IBM Bluemix ensures reliability and scalability.
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Articles 02 Dec 2015
Exposing an IBM BPM process to a mobile device with IBM MobileFirst
Learn how to generate an IBM MobileFirst application that interacts with IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) through a secure adapter so that authorized users of your process application can activate, work on, and complete tasks from their mobile devices.
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Articles 04 Nov 2015
Top four secrets of successful mobile development projects
Mobile development teams are under tremendous pressure to deliver successful projects, and the challenge is set to grow. New research from the IBM Center for Applied Insights unveils four key differentiators for successful mobile application development projects (vs. less successful ones) that helped them meet budget, schedule, and project objectives. Learn these four secrets and apply them to your next mobile project.
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Articles 13 Oct 2015
Build a Bluemix app in less than a week
IBM Emerging Technology Specialist Ben Miller describes how he created an app on IBM Bluemix that enables users to identify where they might want to live in London – and he did it in four days! He uses the app to illustrate the benefits of using Bluemix and show how it combats everyday challenges for app developers.
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Articles 15 Sep 2015
Best practices for IoT development
When developing in the Internet of Things (IoT) space, you must consider connectivity, security, and privacy. And, given the nature of always-connected devices, you must also consider power consumption, chip speed, memory, and firmware updates. All of these critical factors determine whether your IoT product might be successful or not. This article examines good mobile development patterns and how you can apply them to IoT development to help make your IoT "thing" more likely to succeed.
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Articles 02 Sep 2015
Bluemix demo at the Cloud World Forum 2015
Ed Shee, Cloud Software Specialist for IBM Bluemix, walks through a quick 3-minute demo on creating an application in the cloud with IBM Bluemix utilizing Watson Personality Insights. He shows how easy it is to provision a boilerplate -- a runtime, a service, and some starter code all bundled together.
Videos 04 Aug 2015
React Native: Into a new world of rapid iOS development
Get on the mobile fast track with React Native, the fastest-growing platform and tool set for iOS development. Put aside the Objective-C and Swift tutorials, and start coding iOS apps with JavaScript. Get an introduction to React Native, learn about its architecture and internal operations, and work through an example application that highlights React Native programming techniques.
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Articles 15 Jul 2015
Integrating IBM Business Process Manager with a hybrid MobileFirst application
This tutorial shows how to integrate IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) Advanced V8.5.X with a hybrid MobileFirst application using the IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation V6.3 through a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).
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Articles 24 Jun 2015
Develop mobile apps with IBM MobileFirst Object Store Adapter and backend IBM Spectrum Scale Object
Explore the need for easy integration of mobile applications with data stored on object stores. Cloud storage enables users and applications to store data remotely and access it from anywhere, at any time, and from any device. In this article, we review IBM Spectrum Scale Object, a state-of-the-art object store offering, and IBM MobileFirst, a popular platform for developing multi-platform mobile applications. We then show you a custom-built MobileFirst adapter that can be used to develop mobile apps with easy access and integration with the data stored on the IBM Spectrum Scale Object store.
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Articles 11 May 2015
From manual to continuous automated deployment of IBM MobileFirst mobile applications
This article describes how to use IBM UrbanCode Deploy to define a DevOps deployment solution for IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation (formerly Worklight) mobile artifacts. By defining a deployment using UrbanCode Deploy with the IBM MobileFirst Platform plugin, mobile teams can respond to feedback faster and have a repeatable process with reduced risk.
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Articles 01 May 2015
Build a remote-controlled Raspberry Pi 2 monitor for your IBM Cloud apps
Demystify the Internet of Things with a hands-on project that uses the IBM Watson IoT Platform to interconnect your devices and apps. Set up a Raspberry Pi 2 to monitor uptime and access time for a running IBM Cloud app, capturing the results in a graphing app that you can deploy to IBM Cloud. And code a desktop application that controls the Raspberry Pi 2 monitor remotely.
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Articles 28 Apr 2015
Create an Apple Watch application with the IBM MobileFirst Platform, Part 2
See how to use the IBM MobileFirst native iOS SDK to develop Apple Watch applications in this instructional video. This instructional video builds on the previous video in Part 1, where you saw how to develop a basic iOS app to display news feeds on an iPhone or iPad. Now, in this continuation, we'll add the MobileFirst Platform SDK and use MobileFirst adapters to retrieve data to be displayed on the Apple Watch.
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Articles 22 Apr 2015
Build a graphical KPI dashboard app with Dojo Mobile
Dojo Mobile can greatly reduce your mobile development time while creating intuitive, rich visuals that scale well across the more popular mobile devices. In this tutorial, learn how to use Dojo Mobile's charting and gauging libraries to deliver your organization's key performance indicators to business users and managers via a mobile KPI app.
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Articles 20 Apr 2015
Automatically building and deploying MobileFirst Platform artifacts as part of a continuous delivery process
A key requirement for integrating IBM MobileFirst Platform (MFP) Application Server into a continuous delivery pipeline is to automatically upgrade the server-side components of the MobileFirst Application Server, including the project WAR file, apps, and adapters This article shows you how to automate the building of MFP components for multiple environments, automate the deployment of the built artifacts, and integrate these steps into your build process. It also includes suggestions for build management tools.
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Articles 25 Mar 2015
Build and deploy an ATM finder app on Bluemix
Learn how to build a simple application that uses your current location to identify the closest ATMs and integrate that information into a PHP-based web application. After you have that working, learn how you can use the Google Maps API to quickly create a static or interactive map that graphically plots those ATMs with respect to your current location. And, it's all mobile friendly, so you can deploy your application to IBM Bluemix and immediately start using it on a tablet or smartphone.
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Articles 25 Feb 2015
Using Ionic to rapidly develop IBM MobileFirst Platform hybrid applications
The Ionic Framework speeds hybrid application development by providing an aesthetic and easy-to-use development framework. This tutorial will show you how to use the Ionic JavaScript and CSS components with the IBM MobileFirst Platform to create a hybrid application.
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Articles 25 Feb 2015
Using Bower and wiredep to accelerate dependency inclusion in IBM MobileFirst Platform hybrid applications
Node.js has enabled a new generation of tools for web and mobile developers by providing a command-line JavaScript environment. This article will show you how to use Bower and wiredep to speed up your hybrid application development by accelerating the way you include dependencies such as frameworks and libraries.
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Articles 25 Feb 2015
Build your own wearable with IBM Watson IoT Platform and IBM Bluemix
Build a hybrid mobile app that connects to a wearable device and sends sensor data from the device to the cloud. You'll use IBM Bluemix, the IBM Watson IoT Platform, Apache Cordova, and the WICED Sense Development Kit for this tutorial's nifty do-it-yourself project.
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Tutorial 23 Feb 2015
How to coordinate and execute an active-active topology with IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation
In an active-active topology, the server is installed in several data centers that all serve requests from mobile applications. Such a topology requires that you establish a database replication between the data centers. This tutorial explains how to setup an active-active topology for the IBM MobileFirst (formerly Worklight) Server, including setting up replication by using IBM DB2 Q Replication software.
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Articles 28 Jan 2015
MQTT and IBM MessageSight: Secure, reliable communications for the next generation of resilient mobile applications
MQTT is a publish-subscribe based lightweight message protocol. A critical enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), MQTT can also be used for reliable enterprise messaging to mobile devices, enabling secure, reliable communications for the next generation of resilient mobile applications. This tutorial explores the requirements of such a use case, showing how MQTT and IBM MessageSight are uniquely placed to fulfill them.
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Articles 28 Jan 2015
FAQs when installing the IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation Developer Edition
These six questions are commonly asked of our support staff. We hope the answers address your questions when installing and getting started with the IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation Developer Edition.
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Articles 19 Dec 2014
7 foolproof tips for iOS memory management using Swift and Objective-C
I've solved my share of memory issues in a native iOS app. Here are the memory issues I've encountered, common mistakes people make, and some best practices and techniques to debug and avoid memory leaks in the first place in both Swift and Objective-C apps.
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Tutorial 07 Nov 2014
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight V6.0, Part 8: Creating a hybrid portlet application using IBM Worklight and IBM Rational Application Developer V9.0
The final tutorial of this multi-part series shows how to create a WebSphere Portal V8.0-based hybrid portlet application by using IBM Worklight V6.0 that is installed on top of IBM Rational Application Developer V9.0. The portlet application that is created helps to download files from IBM Web Content Management libraries. With the desktop version of the application, you can download the files on your local file system. With the mobile version, you can download the files to your device. The application can also be used with Android based mobile devices.
Tutorial 30 Oct 2014
Editors' picks: Top 13 Bluemix tutorials
If you've been following developerWorks over the last few months, you've noticed how excited we are about Bluemix, IBM's open-standards cloud platform. Using Bluemix, along with IBM, third-party, and open source services, you can build, deploy, run, and manage almost any kind of application you can dream of. We've published so much content about Bluemix and its many services and runtimes that we wanted to step back and give you a look at what we think are some of the very best tutorials we've published on this exciting topic. So here it is, the Bluemix Top 13 as chosen by the developerWorks editorial team!
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Articles 22 Sep 2014
Carry the cloud in your pocket, Part 1: Manage your server lists
Build a mobile application to create, view, and manage SoftLayer infrastructure services using the SoftLayer REST API. In this first of a two-part series, learn how to tailor the data you need to display your SoftLayer cloud servers on a mobile device.
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Tutorial 19 Sep 2014
Getting Started with Mobile Quality Assurance on Bluemix
Track the quality of your mobile apps by gaining insight from users and testers.
Videos 05 Sep 2014
Build a traffic forecaster app hosted on IBM SoftLayer
This smartphone application helps drivers plan their travel routes and timing according to predicted traffic conditions. Through this, the app aims to optimize the driver's travel time as well as avoid traffic in congested areas.
Articles 02 Sep 2014
Join the Web Components revolution with Polymer
The Polymer library uses Web Components technology supported by all modern browsers, including mobile browsers on iOS and Android. Add custom web elements that encapsulate a complete user interface including UI interaction handling, transition animation, and flexible CSS styling to your web applications or hybrid mobile apps.
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Tutorial 02 Sep 2014
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight V6.0, Part 2: Integrating multiple device support for WebSphere Portal pages
IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM’s Exceptional Web Experience solutions have been the market leader in web experience for more than a decade. IBM Worklight is a new, complete mobile enterprise application platform for delivering native, hybrid, and web applications. This article explains how to enable support for both Android and iOS smartphone applications during the enablement of WebSphere Portal and Worklight integration. This exercise augments the sample presented in Part 1 and demonstrates how to build an iPhone application and dynamically include the appropriate Worklight V6.0 resources.
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Articles 01 Sep 2014
Take a tour of IBM Worklight
Watch this video for a developer's overview of Worklight and some demos to help you start building secure, powerful, manageable, mobile apps.
Videos 18 Aug 2014
Use MobileFirst Platform Foundation to build a native app that lives forever
Watch this video to learn how to use MobileFirst Platform Foundation to integrate both native and hybrid code in a single app.
Videos 18 Aug 2014
You built your MobileFirst Platform Foundation app. Now manage it.
Watch this video to see how the MobileFirst Platform Foundation Operations Console puts powerful analytics at your fingertips and enables you to identify and resolve performance issues faster than ever before.
Videos 18 Aug 2014
Create high-performance mobile UIs with Famo.us
With the Famo.us platform, mobile web UIs written in JavaScript can be as compelling as native-code implementations. Work through this article's examples to find out how Famo.us helps you easily create a high-performance user experience in your mobile apps.
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Articles 08 Jul 2014
Build a sentiment analysis application with Node.js, Express, sentiment, and ntwitter
Build a Node.js application to analyze public reaction to any given topic on Twitter. This article includes a demo, sample code, and full instructions for creating a basic PaaS app, then adding sentiment analysis to it and connecting it to Twitter. The app you build will use popular Node.js modules. You can reuse it anytime you need a quick mobile app to analyze and monitor large volumes of data over time.
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Articles 27 Jun 2014
Introduction to the IBM Bluemix UI
Become familiar with the Bluemix user interface as Ryan Baxter shows you around.
Videos 26 Jun 2014
Streamline your organization's mobile application security testing program with IBM Security AppScan Source 9.0
Many applications today are written for mobile devices. These applications are developed and released at a rapid speed. Yet the security of many of these applications remains a major concern. AppScan Source 9.0 streamlines your organization’s mobile application security testing with the introduction of local mode, integration with IBM Worklight, and by expanding its support of the Mac platform.
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Articles 17 Jun 2014
DevOps for mobile apps challenges and best practices
Mobile apps bring new complexity to DevOps, but the rewards are too great to ignore. Get 10 best practices for ramping up your mobile enterprise capability for continuous software delivery.
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Articles 13 May 2014
Build mobile apps that work
An expert panel of IBM MobileFirst specialists summarizes tips for building and testing high-quality mobile applications.
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Articles 10 Apr 2014
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight, Part 7: Leveraging web content in a mobile app using Worklight
Building on Part 6 of this series on integrating IBM® WebSphere® Portal with IBM Worklight®, this article explains how you can leverage web content meta data and dynamic rules running inside of IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager in an IBM Worklight mobile application. By leveraging the rules defined in Web Content Manager, you have one central place where business users and marketers can define promotions, and other dynamic and personalized content. This retail store example shows how you can combine the native geo-location feature of a mobile device with Web Content Manager's dynamic personalization rules that offer content based on the current user's context, location, or history. This opens up the possibility of a whole new set of applications that can be implemented using Worklight and Web Content Manager together, while keeping the content, its meta data, and the rules stored in Web Content Manager.
Articles 26 Mar 2014
Add IBM Mobile Quality Assurance to your mobile quality regimen
If you want to make your interactive manual testing of mobile apps significantly more efficient and effective, try IBM Mobile Quality Assurance. MQA is a hosted Software-as-a-Service capability that helps you continuously deliver high-quality applications. And it's extremely easy to start using MQA in the pre-production and post-release phases of your mobile app lifecycle.
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Articles 04 Mar 2014
Test mobile applications with IBM Rational Test Workbench on Android devices hosted in Keynote DeviceAnywhere
Learn how to perform mobile testing using IBM Rational Test Workbench version 8.5.1 on Android devices from Keynote DeviceAnywhere. Explore how to automate the tasks to create, execute, and analyze functional tests for native, hybrid, and web applications on Android devices.
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Articles 04 Mar 2014
Using WebSphere DataPower as a push notification proxy for Worklight mobile applications
IBM WebSphere DataPower Appliances are built for simplified deployment and hardened security, bridging multiple protocols, and performing conversions at wire speed. These capabilities help you achieve and maintain security and operational polices. Often used as a reverse proxy and security gateway for handling inbound traffic into an enterprise, DataPower can also be used as a gateway for outbound connections to facilitate monitoring and routing. IBM Worklight makes outbound connections to notification mediators in order to push notifications for mobile applications. This article explains how you can setup DataPower to act as a push notification proxy.
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Articles 26 Feb 2014
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight, Part 6: Feed web content from IBM Web Content Manager to a Worklight mobile app
This article describes how you can develop an IBM Worklight mobile application that displays web content from an IBM WebSphere Portal server, while leveraging the advantages of a web content management system such as IBM Web Content Manager. This article provides an example that displays web content feeds from IBM Web Content Manager in a hybrid mobile application created with IBM Worklight.
Articles 12 Feb 2014
IBM Entrepreneur Week
IBM Entrepreneur Week is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for you to meet, interact, and connect with entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, industry leaders, and academics from around the world. If you're a startup or entrepreneur, join us online for our inaugural IBM Entrepreneur Week, 3-7 Feb 2014. There will be events taking place online and in locations worldwide, including face-to-face and virtual mentoring sessions, a women entrepreneur-focused event, and a LiveStream broadcast of the SmartCamp Global Finals in San Francisco.
Articles 15 Jan 2014
Introducing IBM Security Access Manager for Mobile
IBM Security Access Manager for Mobile can deliver mobile access security protection in a modular virtual or physical appliance package, enabling you to securely manage both mobile user access and applications. In this demonstration, you'll see how ISAM for Mobile helps you initiate mobile single sign-on and sessions management; enable context-aware authorization using device fingerprinting, geolocation awareness, and IP reputation mechanisms; and more.
Articles 06 Jan 2014
3D development with WebGL, Part 1: Introducing WebGL
The WebGL API gives JavaScript developers the ability to tap directly into the powerful built-in 3D graphics acceleration capabilities of today's PC and mobile-device hardware. Supported transparently in modern browsers, WebGL makes it possible to create high-performance 3D games, applications, and 3D-enhanced UIs for mainstream web users. This article is the first in a three-part series for JavaScript developers who are new to WebGL. In this part, work through a basic example that demonstrates WebGL fundamentals and related 3D graphics concepts.
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Articles 10 Dec 2013
Browser-based device fingerprint with risk-based access
Implement risk-based access and authentication on mobile devices to increase confidence in the security of mobile transactions. Using IBM Security Access Manager and IBM Tivoli Federated Identity Manager, evaluate the current session authentication level and registration status.
Articles 09 Dec 2013
Using JTOpen with Android to access IBM i
This article provides an overview of the two most recent additions to the IBM Toolbox for Java and JTOpen offering. These new Java™ packages allow you to write native applications for Android-based devices that need to interact with IBM i servers.
Articles 05 Dec 2013
Developing mobile apps with Node.js and MongoDB, Part 1: A team's methods and results
Explore the advantages of using Node.js (server-side JavaScript) to develop systems of engagement. In this article, see the results achieved by an IBM Extreme Blue team who used Node and MongoDB with IBM Passes, an application that demonstrates the notion of systems of engagement. Their experience with Node and MongoDB provides interesting insight into how rapid application development can be achieved with these solutions that are starting to appear in the enterprise.
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Articles 26 Nov 2013
Using OAuth to provide step-up authentication for mobile apps
IBM security architect Shane Weeden demonstrates a security identity and access management pattern for hybrid mobile applications using OAuth to handle registration and risk-based access policy for context-aware, step-up authentication.
Articles 26 Nov 2013
Developing native mobile apps with IBM Worklight
Mobile applications are quickly becoming the primary means through which companies engage their customers, partners, and employees. As the need for mobile applications grows, companies are looking for better and more efficient ways of handling this relatively new demand. IBM Worklight is a mobile application platform that is uniquely positioned to help in this regard. One example of Worklight’s flexibility is the ability for users to create mobile web, hybrid, and native apps on the platform. In this article, we will explore the use of IBM Worklight for the creation of native mobile applications.
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Articles 30 Oct 2013
What's new in IBM Rational Application Developer V9.0 Portal Tools
The IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software V9.0 portal toolkit has several new and enhanced features. Using code snippets and examples, this article illustrates these features, including jQuery tooling, Maven integration, Mac OS support, and simplified Dojo mobile view creation.
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Articles 29 Oct 2013
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight V6.0, Part 3: Implementing automatic single sign-on with Worklight and WebSphere Portal
More and more, enterprises are providing multi-channel support to their web channel communities. This article explains how IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight V6.0 enable enterprises to create Worklight applications capable of automatically logging a user in upon startup, while also using single sign-on (SSO) to log the user into a WebSphere Portal server on the same host at the same time. This makes it easy for mobile apps to display portal pages customized to the user from within the application.
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Articles 23 Oct 2013
Introducing the new Version 9 IDEs
All of the IBM Rational integrated development environments (IDEs) have been enhanced to deliver new features, improved usability, and better integration. Stephen Henderson reviews a few of the major and most interesting features.
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Articles 23 Oct 2013
Rebuild your IT operations to be application-centric
The winds of disruptive change are blowing through IT. These changes reflect the adoption of cloud computing, the new consumer paradigm for acquiring and using products and services, the expanding base of knowledge related to an increasingly mobile user, and the ingestion and digestion of big data. To adapt to this change, the IT mindset must transform. This transformation culminates in the DevOps movement, which is aligned with agile software development and facilitated by open source tools and IBM SmartCloud Orchestrator.
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Articles 01 Oct 2013
DevOps for mobile development
Mobile computing is probably the hottest topic for development and operations teams right now. Employees in companies large and small have various mobile devices, many of them personal, that they are using for work. Companies all over the world want to use the mobile market by providing customers and users with apps that make mobile computing easier. So, it is important for companies to think through not just the development of a mobile capability but also how they will deploy it and how they can ensure the continuity of the capabilities as these change over time. This article covers how DevOps (development & operations) can help address the issues of deploying different versions of apps to different devices.
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Articles 27 Sep 2013
Moving your WebSphere Portal 6.1.x or 7.x theme to mobile
IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0 introduced a modular architecture that makes theme development easier. Once you complete your migration to Portal 8.0, modularizing your custom theme is usually the first task in adding new features to your Portal site. This article walks you through the steps to convert a Portal 6.1.5 theme to the modular architecture. Included are tips and time estimates to help you plan your theme conversion.
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Articles 17 Sep 2013
Create a mobile BPM application by integrating IBM Worklight and IBM Business Process Manager
Learn how you can integrate IBM Worklight and IBM Business Process Manager V8.0.1 Standard (IBM BPM) by leveraging the IBM BPM REST APIs. By combining the powerful development environment of IBM Worklight with the simplicity of the IBM BPM REST APIs, BPM developers can quickly deliver mobile applications to their BPM users.
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Articles 28 Aug 2013
Enable WS-Security and Transport Layer Security in IBM Business Process Manager Standard
Learn how you can leverage WS-Security and Transport Layer Security (TLS) when working with outbound integrations using the web services integration component in IBM BPM Standard.
Articles 28 Aug 2013
Mobile testing with IBM Rational Test Workbench
In this article, you will learn how to perform mobile testing using IBM Rational Test Workbench version 8.5 and Android x86 4.0.3 virtual machine.
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Articles 27 Aug 2013
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight V5.0, Part 2: Integrating multiple device support for WebSphere Portal pages
IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM’s Exceptional Web Experience solutions have been the market leader in web experience for more than a decade. IBM Worklight is a new, complete mobile enterprise application platform for delivering native, hybrid, and web applications. This article explains how to enable support for both Android and iOS applications during the enablement of WebSphere Portal and Worklight integration. This exercise augments the sample presented in Part 1 and demonstrates how to build an iOS application and dynamically include the appropriate Worklight resources.
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Articles 07 Aug 2013
Rapid web development with Bootstrap
Learn how to use Bootstrap to kickstart websites and web applications, including mobile-friendly ones. Bootstrap, which is based on the LESS project, was developed by Twitter's internal engineers to provide a consistent framework for web application UIs.
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Articles 06 Aug 2013
Automated testing with Selenium and Cucumber
Take the pain out of test automation with Selenium and Cucumber, by learning to write tests in simple feature files and drive them through your browser with the flip of a switch. This article is a hands-on introduction to setting up a test automation framework with Selenium and Cucumber, creating a test suite for single-page web applications, and running tests across multiple web and mobile browsers via Selenium Grid.
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Articles 06 Aug 2013
Develop an Android application with the InfoSphere Business Glossary REST API
IBM InfoSphere Business Glossary enables users to create, manage, and share an enterprise vocabulary and classification system. InfoSphere Business Glossary includes a REST API that makes glossary content easier to consume by enabling the development of custom applications based on particular needs. The API has been updated with every subsequent release of InfoSphere Business Glossary. This article provides step-by-step instructions on how to develop a dynamic Android application using the IBM InfoSphere Business Glossary REST API. The application enables users to find terms, examine the term's details and contact the steward using the native phone and email applications on the Android device. The goal is for InfoSphere Business Glossary customers to use the knowledge gained through building this sample application as inspiration for using the REST API to create their own custom applications.
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Articles 18 Jul 2013
Resource management and analysis best practices for WebSphere DataPower
WebSphere DataPower architecture often includes integration with multiple endpoints. Downstream services may be front ended by DataPower for protocol transformation or authorization, orchestrations may be performed within a DataPower service’s policy rule, and logging services are often accessed. DataPower count and duration monitors and service level management configurations are well suited to mitigate performance variances within these endpoints. This article describes some of the methods for analyzing the resources allocated to these interactions. The article also describes how you can use DataPower service management tools within policy rule connections in addition to downstream services.
Articles 17 Jul 2013
IBM Security AppScan Source: Explore functions
This is a summary guide to learn the basics of using IBM Security AppScan Source Edition. Derek Chowaniec will show you how to configure applications for scanning, alter the scanning configuration for your security needs, use the integrated tools to build a report, triage the information based on your findings, and configure the system to scan and analyze precompiled code. Tom Mulvehill shows you how to hunt down vulnerabilities in Android applications.
Articles 11 Jul 2013
Build a Web API to expose Salesforce.com objects
In this article, API developers can learn how to use IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Web API Services to create a web API that can be invoked to create a contact in the Salesforce.com customer relationship management system. With IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Web API Services, you can assemble and expose APIs with just a few clicks. You can also analyze your web API usage via the analytics provided as well as socialize your web API communities in a branded developer portal with community hooks.
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Articles 02 Jul 2013
DB2 JSON capabilities, Part 1: Introduction to DB2 JSON
DB2 JSON enables developers to write applications using a popular JSON-oriented query language created by MongoDB to interact with data stored in IBM DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows or in IBM DB2 for z/OS. This driver-based solution embraces the flexibility of the JSON data representation within the context of an RDBMS, which provides established enterprise features and quality of service. This DB2 JSON capability supports a command-line processor, a Java API, and a wire listener to work with JSON documents. In this article, get an introduction to the DB2 JSON technology.
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Articles 20 Jun 2013
IBM Security AppScan Standard: Scan and analyze results
This is a summary guide to getting started scanning for web application vulnerabilities with IBM Security AppScan Standard Edition and analyzing the results. Watch a video demonstration to learn how to configure AppScan for a dynamic scan of a new application. Follow a case study that demonstrates using AppScan Standard to scan and test two web applications. Watch a five-step process to help you analyze the results of your scan. Then watch a real-life scenario in which AppScan Standard is used (with AppScan Source) to establish embedded security analysis. A bonus is also included: An AppScan Standard guide to testing mobile applications.
Articles 19 Jun 2013
Server-side mobile application development with IBM Worklight: Part 4. Integrate the IBM Worklight adapter with SCA 1.1 services
This is Part 4 of a series that 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. This part demonstrates how to extend and transform existing server-side business logic assets to the mobile domain without re-engineering. Bhargav Perepa first shows how to use Rational Application Developer workbench to develop and test a JAX-WS application. Then he explains how to use Worklight Studio to develop and test a mobile application that uses the logic developed in the web service application.
Articles 18 Jun 2013
Integrate IBM Worklight with IBM Cast Iron Live Web API Services
This article is the second in a two-part series. Part 1 discussed how to create a web API resource (JKHLE Airway's Baggage Status) in IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Web API Services using an API assembly. Part 2 shows how to build an IBM Worklight solution that integrates with the resource deployed in the Cast Iron Web API.
Articles 18 Jun 2013
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