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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).
Also available in: Chinese  
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
Create an Apple Watch application with the IBM MobileFirst Platform, Part 1
See how to use the IBM MobileFirst native iOS SDK to develop Apple Watch applications in this instructional video. Part 1 shows how to develop a basic iOS app that is a simple news reader to display feeds.
Also available in: Japanese  
Articles 22 Apr 2015
Develop a Xamarin.Forms app for the IBM MobileFirst Platform
See how to develop an Android and iOS Xamarin.Forms app and integrate it with the IBM MobileFirst Platform in this instructional video.
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Articles 22 Apr 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
Integrating IBM MobileFirst with Cast Iron connects mobile apps to the enterprise
The IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation mobile application framework provides integration functionality through its adapter mechanism. MobileFirst adapters are components that are deployed to the server on the MobileFirst platform to access enterprise services. They serve as a mediator or gateway between mobile applications and enterprise systems, receiving requests from mobile apps and returning to them the data fetched from the enterprise. IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Cloud integration products enable you to integrate cloud and on-premise applications quickly, reduce integration costs, and optimize resources and productivity in software as a service (SaaS) and cloud models. This article illustrates an integration between IBM MobileFirst and Cast Iron.
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Articles 20 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
Build an enterprise supply chain app on Bluemix
This tutorial shows how to build a Node.js app that uses cloud services on Bluemix and integrates with enterprise data and processes. Our app is a supply chain application that uses Business Rules, dashDB, and custom cloud services on Bluemix, integrated with IBM Worklight, Business Process Management (BPM), Content Management, and API Management for enterprise connectivity to corporate back-end systems.
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Tutorial 07 Nov 2014
Automate crash reporting for your mobile apps
Improve the stability of your mobile apps by taking advantage of automatic and context-aware reporting of crashes in IBM Mobile Quality Assurance for Bluemix.
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Articles 06 Nov 2014
Appendix: Set up your IDE
Set up your IDE to build the FindFlight app in detailed in the article "Automate crash reporting for your mobile apps."
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Tutorial 05 Nov 2014
Start pushing: Enable push notification subscriptions in your native iOS mobile applications
Push notifications with IBM Worklight Foundation is a very powerful feature which makes it possible to reach client devices from a single common server code regardless of the vendor services (APNS or GCM). It also makes the entire process of communicating with the users and devices completely transparent to the developer. The purpose of this article is to enable developers to get up and running with Worklight push notifications as quickly as possible, as well as take the concept a step further with suggestions for ways it could be used in a more complex and realistic scenario. This article combines several important topics such as Worklight CLI, Worklight push notifications and Worklight adapter authentication, all used in tandem with a multi-view client application to join under one umbrella most of the pieces that are needed for a real push scenario. This tutorial describes a Worklight push notification scenario for an iOS native mobile application.
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Articles 09 Oct 2014
Start pushing: Enable push notification subscriptions in your native Android mobile applications
Push notifications with IBM Worklight Foundation is a very powerful feature which makes it possible to reach client devices from a single common server code regardless of the vendor services (APNS or GCM). It also makes the entire process of communicating with the users and devices completely transparent to the developer. The purpose of this article is to enable developers to get up and running with Worklight push notifications as quickly as possible, as well as take the concept a step further with suggestions for ways it could be used in a more complex and realistic scenario. This article combines several important topics such as Worklight CLI, Worklight push notifications and Worklight adapter authentication, all used in tandem with a multi-view client application to join under one umbrella most of the pieces that are needed for a real push scenario. This tutorial describes a Worklight push notification scenario for an Android native mobile application.
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Articles 09 Oct 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.
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Articles 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
Use Mobile Quality Assurance in the development of a production Worklight app
In this article you will learn how IBM Mobile Quality Assurance was used to develop the Ei! Treinador (Portuguese for "Hey Coach!") mobile application. Created for the VIP fans at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, this app enabled fans to see sentiment analysis aggregated from social media. You will learn how IBM Mobile Quality Assurance was installed and configured for the application and how it was used to distribute the application to testers and stakeholders. Mobile Quality Assurance was used in all phases of the development cycle, from internal testing to production usage. This article covers both the pre-production and production steps of IBM Mobile Quality Assurance.
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Articles 25 Aug 2014
Extend an Android app using the IBM Mobile Cloud service to integrate with Worklight
This tutorial shows you how to integrate an Android application with IBM Worklight, building on the previous tutorials, "Build an Android app using the "IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix service" and "Extend an Android app using the IBM Push for Bluemix service." The Android application we'll demonstrate is a simple mobile application, called BlueList, that uses various mobile services. The previous tutorials demonstrate a grocery list that is not scoped to a particular user. All users who are running the application share the same grocery list. In this tutorial, we'll add Worklight integration to personalize the application to the authenticated user.
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Articles 21 Aug 2014
Extend MobileFirst Platform Foundation apps with cloud-based APIs and services
Watch this video to see how Bluemix Mobile Cloud Services can help power your MobileFirst Platform Foundation app.
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
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
Jumping through Hadoop: Stream Big Data video on a mobile app by integrating IBM Worklight with IBM InfoSphere BigInsights on IBM Bluemix
This article explains how you can integrate video data streaming with a mobile application. In doing so, it also highlights some of the business problems addressed and opportunities available by using several cutting-edge technologies: IBM InfoSphere BigInsights on IBM Bluemix and IBM Worklight. This is an example of a compelling trend that demands cloud service integration of big data to mobile devices for video streaming.
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Articles 13 Aug 2014
Create back-end cloud services on IBM Bluemix to build mobile and web apps quickly
This article shows you how to create and deploy back-end cloud services (using Node.js and Cloudant) on IBM Bluemix to help you build mobile or web applications quickly.
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Articles 28 Jun 2014
Recognize physical activity on mobile phones with IBM Worklight and IBM SPSS Modeler
Recognize mobile activity with a service developed with IBM Worklight and IBM SPSS Modeler in this high-level overview. See how to detect and track the physical activity of mobile phone users. The authors share techniques to clean training data, select features, choose the best classification algorithm, and validate the model.
Also available in: Russian  
Articles 29 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
Connect IBM Worklight hybrid mobile apps to LinkedIn services
Use the OAuth standard and IBM Worklight HTPP adapters to securely connect your hybrid mobile applications to LinkedIn's APIs and services.
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Articles 05 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
How to test mobile applications with Rational Test Virtualization Server
Most of the mobile applications developed for enterprise use are distributed applications that integrate with back-end services. To test a mobile application end to end, you need to understand the back-end domains. IBM Rational Test Workbench helps simulate the back-end services you can use in integration testing. This capability eliminates the need to completely understand the back-end domains and makes it easier to test mobile applications.
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Articles 21 Jan 2014
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight V6.0, Part 1: Integrating a hybrid mobile application with 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 WebSphere Portal and Worklight together enable enterprise users to provide multi-channel site support to their web communities. An exercise using IBM Worklight Developer Edition 6.0 to build a hybrid Android application for viewing WebSphere Portal pages is included.
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Articles 01 Jan 2014
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
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
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight, Part 5: Integrating an event-based portlet with a hybrid mobile application
This article describes how you can use IBM Rational Application Developer V9 to create an IBM WebSphere Portal V8-based portlet application that provides the web content for a hybrid mobile application, created using IBM Worklight V6. The hybrid application further augments the web content with device native features.
Articles 09 Oct 2013
Enable FIPS 140-2 HTTPS encryption for IBM Worklight mobile apps
IBM Research has created application-level HTTP/HTTPS client libraries that you can use to make FIPS 140-2 encrypted HTTP/HTTPS requests directly within mobile applications. In this article, get step-by-step instructions for integrating the HTTP/HTTPS client libraries into your hybrid and native iOS and Android apps built with IBM Worklight Studio. You'll then be able to invoke the library APIs to create FIPS 140-2 encrypted network requests and transmit them to FIPS 140-2 certified SSL termination points both inside the firewall of private enterprise networks (through a reverse proxy architecture) and outside of them.
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Articles 24 Sep 2013
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight V5.0, Part 1: Integrating a hybrid mobile application with 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 WebSphere Portal and Worklight together enable enterprise users to provide multi-channel site support to their web communities. An exercise using IBM Worklight Developer Edition 5.0 to build a hybrid Android application for viewing WebSphere Portal pages is included.
Also available in: Chinese   Russian   Japanese   Portuguese   Spanish  
Articles 07 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.
Also available in: Chinese   Russian   Portuguese   Spanish  
Articles 07 Aug 2013
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight V5.0, 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 V5.0 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 07 Aug 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
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
IBM Worklight server configuration for FIPS 140-2 validation and certification, Part 2: Deploying your mobile app on WebSphere Application Server
In this article, the second in a two-part series, learn how to set up, configure, and validate a distributed IBM WebSphere Application Server network; deploy and validate IBM MobileFirst solutions; configure end-to-end SSL communications; configure IBM Worklight Server for Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 (Cryptographic Module Validation Program) compliance; and verify and validate the end-to-end working of the mobile application for its intended purpose: FIPS 140-2 compliance for server-side validation and certification.
Also available in: Portuguese  
Articles 12 Jun 2013
IBM Worklight server configuration for FIPS 140-2 validation and certification, Part 1: Configuring a server-side WebSphere Application Server infrastructure
In this article, learn the steps for verifying and validating the end-to-end working of your mobile application for Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 (Cryptographic Module Validation Program) compliance. Steps include installing the prerequisite products (IBM Worklight Studio, Worklight Server deployed to an IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile, and a Base Profile), enabling server-side, end-to-end security; configuring the server-side infrastructure for FIPS 140-2 compliance; and finally instrumenting, collecting, analyzing, and validating FIPS 140-2 compliance from the logging, tracing, and instrumentation facilities of the WebSphere infrastructure.
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Articles 28 May 2013
Server-side mobile application development with IBM Worklight: Part 3. Integrate the IBM Worklight adapter with RESTful services
This is Part 3 of a multipart 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. In this third article, Bhargav Perepa covers three key topics: Developing and testing a JPA-exposed RESTFul service application in Rational Application Developer for WebSphere, using that to create an application logic package as a library to use in mobile application development, and using Worklight Studio to develop and test a server-side mobile application component to use that library.
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Articles 21 May 2013
Automate the deployment of an IBM Worklight customization WAR file on IBM WebSphere Application Server
Learn how to automate the deployment of a customized IBM Worklight WAR file to IBM WebSphere Application Server by using Rational Automation Framework. This article details the steps for using either Rational Automation Framework's command-line interface or its rich-client UI to apply the same set of configuration changes to multiple WebSphere Application Server environments and then to deploy a Worklight customization WAR to those environments.
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Articles 20 May 2013
Server-side mobile application development with IBM Worklight: Part 2. IBM Worklight adapter integration with web service business logic
This is Part 2 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.
Also available in: Chinese  
Articles 07 May 2013
Server-side mobile application development with IBM Worklight: Part 1. IBM Worklight adapter integration with Java business logic
This is Part 1 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. In this first article, Bhargav Perepa covers developing and testing a Java application in Rational Application Developer, creating a custom Java application logic package as a library to use in mobile application development, how to use Worklight to develop a server-side mobile application component to use that library, and how to use Worklight Studio to test the mobile application.
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Articles 30 Apr 2013
Working with Worklight: Part 3: Enhancing the Todo app using the MQTT protocol
This series of articles introduces the IBM Worklight platform by showing how you can build mobile apps that leverage a variety of IBM software products. Part 3 shows you how to enhance the sample Todo Worklight app by using the MQTT protocol to share items between app users.
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Articles 20 Mar 2013
Considerations in opening the mainframe to mobile devices
As more and more enterprises in all industries realize the need for mobile versions of their business applications, there is a need for an enterprise-class approach to mobile app development that leverages past investments in information technology and infrastructure. Leigh Williamson explains the five key themes of the IBM approach to mobile application development, which exploits existing information and transaction systems for maximum speed to market and reuse of services.
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Articles 05 Feb 2013
Secure mobile access to enterprise applications through IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances
Increasingly, IT enterprises are faced with the challenges of supporting access to their applications from mobile devices. In the past, enterprise applications have focused on web browsers as the client. Now, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives mean that the enterprise often doesn’t have any control over the choice of client device. The responsibility to secure this new kind of access remains (and in fact is) more important than ever -- but the challenge is compounded by the variety of mobile devices that are available. Enterprises must respond quickly to secure these applications, and they must do this in ways that complement existing investments. Through sample scripts and mobile device simulations, this article explains how an IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliance can quickly and securely extend the IT infrastructure -- even to mobile devices.
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Articles 30 Jan 2013
Deliver an exceptional mobile web experience using WebSphere Portal and IBM Worklight, Part 4: Using IBM Web Experience Factory with Worklight to create hybrid applications
IBM Web Experience Factory is a powerful model-based tool for rapidly developing custom portlets and web applications that are optimized for mobile and desktop devices. IBM Worklight is a complete mobile enterprise application platform for delivering native, hybrid, and web applications. This article shows how you can use the two together to easily build a highly functional application that can be installed on a mobile device, providing transactional functionality along with access to device features, such as the camera. The resulting example application could be part of a complete multi-channel web site that is built and managed using IBM WebSphere Portal.
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Articles 16 Jan 2013
Develop Worklight adapters with AT&T mobile APIs
IBM Worklight provides an adapter framework and tools to connect mobile applications to back-end systems and web-based APIs. This article walks you through the process of developing and testing a Worklight adapter, using the Short Message Service (SMS) API provided by AT&T as an example.
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Articles 06 Jan 2013
Integrating a mobile application to access SalesForce.com data with IBM Worklight and IBM WebSphere Cast Iron
How can you build a mobile application that retrieves information from a Customer Relationship Management system? Using IBM Worklight and WebSphere Cast Iron solutions, you will learn how you can easily and quickly deploy a mobile application for any type of smartphone or tablet that is connected to WebSphere Cast Iron to handle SalesForce.com data.
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Articles 12 Dec 2012
Error handling in IBM Worklight adapters
As companies extend access to their enterprise services to mobile devices, concerns about data security, scalability, and data transparency must be addressed. The IBM Worklight mobile application framework addresses these concerns through its adapter mechanism. Worklight adapters are components that are deployed to the server on the Worklight mobile application platform to access enterprise services. They serve as a mediator or gateway between mobile applications and enterprise systems, receiving requests from mobile applications and returning to them the data fetched from enterprise systems. When designing adapters, it’s crucial that error handling be thought through carefully with the goal of delivering error information to mobile applications in a clear and consistent manner so as to reduce mobile application complexity. This article provides best practice recommendations for adapter error handling, derived from real-world experiences developing Worklight-based applications and adapters.
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Articles 05 Dec 2012
Eight steps to IBM Worklight mobile application development
This article describes what needs to be done in preparation for cross-platform mobile application development using the IBM Worklight mobile application platform. The key steps that an organization needs to consider and perform during each phase of the mobile application development process are documented here, including planning, development, and leading right up to production. Understanding this overall process, which differs from traditional application development in significant ways, helps an enterprise to appropriately structure its organizational process around the lifecycle of cross-platform mobile development.
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Articles 24 Oct 2012
The basics of developing an end-to-end mobile application using IBM Worklight and Dojo Mobile
This article describes things we learned through our experience using IBM Worklight Studio and Dojo Mobile to develop an end-to-end mobile application for retail banking. Along with some fundamental information about these development tools and about developing mobile apps in general, sample source code is included to illustrate and help you apply these tips to your own mobile app development.
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Articles 12 Sep 2012
Working with Worklight, Part 1: Getting started with your first Worklight application
With IBM Worklight V5, a leading Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP), IBM expands its overall mobile capabilities across its product portfolio. This series of articles introduces the Worklight platform by showing how you can build mobile applications that leverage a variety of IBM products. Part 1 describes the process of setting up a Worklight development environment and creating a simple application that will be used as the basis for iterative development in subsequent articles.
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Articles 01 Aug 2012
Key features and capabilities of IBM Worklight to accelerate your mobile development
IBM Worklight provides a complete platform for developing, deploying, hosting, and managing mobile enterprise applications. Worklight addresses all the requirements for mobile application developments and provides tools and efficiencies to help at every stage of the development and deployment process. This article offers an overview of IBM Worklight V5 with a checklist of some of the new and key features that will help you launch and achieve your mobile development objectives.
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Articles 01 Aug 2012
Working with Worklight, Part 2: Developing structured modules and using the Encrypted Offline Cache feature in IBM Worklight
This series of articles introduces the IBM Worklight platform by showing how you can build mobile applications that leverage a variety of IBM software products. Part 2 continues to describe the process of developing a Worklight application, showing some best practices for building hybrid apps, and featuring Worklight’s Encrypted Offline Cache functionality.
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Articles 25 Jul 2012
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