WebSphere Webexpirience Factory v7.0 Development

WebSphere Webexpirience Factory v7.0 Development

This course is designed to help web application developers acquire the skills needed to create and assemble multichannel applications easily and rapidly using WEF, formerly known as WebSphere® Portlet Factory. On Day 1 of the course, the audience is introduced to WEF through an overview of developing multichannel applications for desktop browsers, smartphones, and tablets, and then begin using WEF to create a simple application. More in-depth, hands-on experience is offered on Day 2 of the course, during which you will create a simple, data-driven application and a desktop application. On Day 3, mobile and multichannel enhancements are explored through discussion and hands-on activities.


Overview of Portal technology Fundamentals of Factory technology IBM's software automation approach Basics of construction of Portlets, Widgets and J2EE Apps Regeneration and execution engines Profiling overview

Introduction to Mobile device platforms, tools and technologies

Creating and configuring a New Project Creating a view Portlet using model wizard Enabling navigation PhoneGap integration and creating Hybrid applications

Modeling business scenarios - Portlet design and construction

Design and automation of common UI, transformation and integration patterns UI creation using data page automation Control field UI and behavior automatically with modifiers Data validation and form processing Managing layouts and information organization techniques for web applications using builders Data transformation techniques and integrating with Java Objects Generating the complete user interface for a CRUD application using Data Services UI Inter-Portlet communication and Portal integration techniques

Building and consuming SOA applications

IBM Web Experience Factory and Service Oriented Architecture Information retrieval leveraging service layer - service definitions and operations Consumption of services using consumer, REST service and web service call builders Creation of web services and unit testing Security and performance support for web services

Building Rich Internet Applications (RIA) with the latest DOJO builders and AJAX techniques

RIA fundamentals and the IBM Web Experience Factory Implementing AJAX and partial page refresh in your applications using Smart Refresh Techniques to construct reports and views that have a rich interactive interface Leveraging enhanced table features such as tabular data, client-side dragging and re-sizing of columns and DOJO in-line edit PhoneGap integration and creating Hybrid applications Creating a view Portlet using model wizard Construction of rich DOJO forms and dynamic validation Leveraging Geo-Location services

IBM Web Experience Factory design and project execution

This component covers team design and development concepts with IBM Web Experience Factory and is targeted towards team leads and architects. The section has the following topics covered:

Design approach for IBM Web Experience Factory 8.0 applications

Caching strategies and performance considerations IBM Web Experience Factory 8.0 project standards Source control setup Logging and error handling within IBM Web Experience Factory 8.0 Making mobile applications using build-once deploy on all strategy.

Creating a simple, data-driven application

Choosing a pattern Foundational builders Accessing data using the Data Services layer Constructing the services layer Constructing the user interface layer Data Page and the family of modifier builders Validation and error handling

Creating a desktop application

Working with the List and Detail Service Consumer wizard Understanding Web Services and REST Reviewing smart refresh Understanding data field settings and rich data definition concepts

Adding mobile enablement to an application

Targeting builders for mobile and smart device layouts Reviewing theme and page navigation: mobile perspective

Adding mobile-specific features

Leveraging browser capabilities on smartphones and tablets Introducing Mobile Geolocation builder and usage Mobile application considerations

Adding multichannel behavior to your application

Describing profile technology Using the Dynamic Profiling feature and profiling techniques Using best practices for profile enablement

Automating Portlet patterns - Custom builders and Rich Data-Definition

Identifying common patterns and capturing builder design Model based builder construction Java based builder construction Design considerations for IBM Web Experience Factory builders Automating patterns using Rich Data-Definition

Deep dive into Mobile device platforms, tools and technologies

Modeling mobile business scenarios for your Enterprise Adding update feature in Portlet Developing Dashboards using multiple Charting technologies Leveraging mobile device features such as GPS and Camera

Advance profiling and construction of Smartphone applications

Use IBM Web Experience Factory dynamic profiling capability enabling multi-channel app creation from a single code base Profiling builders that generate optimized user experiences for different Smartphone platforms including Blackberry, Apple iOS, Android and Window Phone 7. Profile customizer and constructing custom 'Edit' and 'Configure' pages in Portal

Advanced Rich Internet Applications (RIA) with the Latest DOJO builders and AJAX techniques

Advanced partial page refresh and AJAX techniques Building immersive visual experience using DOJO Lightbox and DOJO hover tab container Improving information organization within DOJO accordion container and DOJO slider Usage of microformats and creation of flexible application layouts using DOJO border container Creating advanced visualizations with IBM ILOG JViews charting engine Optimize RIA based applications for mobile webfronts including best practices and case studies.

Portlet integration within databases, legacy systems, ERPs, CMS and document management systems

Overview of application integration capabilities of IBM Web Experience Factory 8.0 Creation of CRUD applications integrating with RDBMS and SQL family of builders Highlight ERP integration capabilities (SAP, PeopleSoft, Siebel, and more) within IBM Web Experience Factory Spreadsheet integration using Symphony and EMS excel builders Integration strategies with CMS and DMS Optimize CRUD functionality for mobile webfronts.