Eclipse: Empowering the Universal Platform

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30 Ιουλ 2012 (πριν από 5 χρόνια και 3 μήνες)

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Eclipse: Empowering the Universal Platform

Primary

Objective
:


Awareness

Secondary

Objective
:

Skills Building

Primary Audience:


Application and Web Developers,


Database Developers, Academics

Products Mentioned



Rational Application Developer

Delivery Method(s):

Lecture with demos


Abstract
:

You may already think about developing Java application using Eclipse as an
Integrated Development Environment (IDE), but Eclipse is far beyond an IDE now. It
can be us
ed as a set of tool for enterprise development, embedded and device
development, application frameworks, as well as a multi
-
language IDE. The Eclipse
community is constantly working on high level projects that extend Eclipse's
functionality.

This technical

briefing will take a deep dive into some of the most important and
feature rich projects that the Eclipse community is developing.
We’ll start f
rom
multi
-
language support to plug
-
in development, from testing tools to team
collaborative development. You w
ill learn about the following topics:



Introduction to the Eclipse community and an overview of Eclipse projects



Multi
-
language/dynamic languages support in Eclipse



Web tools, including Web services and Java EE applications



Testing features of the

TPTP project



Real
-
time collaborative development using Eclipse Collaboration Framework



How to build plug
-
ins using the Plug
-
in Development Environment



How to build rich clients using the Rich Client Platform



How to bring your Rich Client applicati
on into Web browser using Rich Ajax
Platform



Next steps in learning more about Eclipse and IBM's Eclipse
-
based products


Topics Covered:



Eclipse



C/C++

and
PHP Development Tools



Dynamic Languages Toolkit



Web Tools Platform



Test and Performance T
ools Platform



Eclipse Communication Framework



Plug
-
in Development Environment



Rich Client Platform



Rich Ajax Platform

We'll also include demos that illustrate the functionality of selected Eclipse projects.



XML Integration from Data to Documents

and Everything in Between


Primary

Objective
:

Awareness

Secondary

Objective
:

Skills Building

Primary Audience:

Application and Web Developers, Database

Architects, Academics


Products Mentioned
Information Management, DB2


Del
ivery Method(s):

Lecture with demos


Abstract:


Are you looking to manipulate, present and integrate data in new and
interesting ways?

XML can be used in many different ways from databases to presentations and
everything in between.

XML was designed with

the Web in mind. Its hierarchical structure makes it
easy to understand and use. It’s an integral part of SOA, Web 2.0 and can be
used in conjunction with many different programming languages.




Description:



Description:


This briefing begins with an i
ntroduction and overview of XML. We then
transition to the presentation functions of XML covering XSLT and XPATH.
Next we take a look at how XML can be used in data management and
manipulation looking at XML/SQL, XQuery and pureXML in DB2. We’ll also
discu
ss how XML can be incorporated into new technologies like WebServices,
AJAX, RSS, ATOM, XFORM


Topics Covered:



XML


XML/SQL


XQuery


DB2 support for XML


Web Services


AJAX



Project Zero and WebSphere sMash: Leverage the Power of

Web 2.0

Primary

Objective
:


Awareness

Secondary

Objective
:

Skills Building

Primary Audience:

Application and Web Developers, Database
Architects


Academics

Products Mentioned
WebSphere sMash, Project Ze
ro

Delivery Method(s):

Lecture with demos



Abstract:

In today’s market climate, there is increased pressure to build applications quickly to
answer the situational needs of the business.

Sometimes the needs of the business call for the creation of strate
gic core business
applications, but more often, an application is needed to fulfill a more tactical need.
To make these types of situational applications feasible from a cost/benefit
perspective, they should be simple to create, support reuse and sharing o
f services,
and be quickly adaptable as the needs of the group or user change.

IBM WebSphere® sMash software is a development and execution platform based on
the highly
-
acclaimed public incubator Project Zero (hosted at projectzero.org).
WebSphere sMash ad
vances Smart SOA’s simplicity and accelerates the alignment of
Business and IT by allowing developers to quickly and simply

deliver dynamic Web
2.0 based applications, enabling mashups.

This briefing will explore IBM WebSphere sMash. Discussions will inclu
de
Representational State Transfer (REST) an architectural style that allows services to
be exposed and consumed over the Web, PHP Hypertext Preprocessor (commonly
known as PHP), and Groovy, a dynamic scripting language which leverages existing
Java skills
.

This discussion will provide details on the features and functions of WebSphere
sMash, and visual assembly
-
style development for designing server
-
side business
logic as well as visual design editors for designing rich user interfaces.



Topics Covered:




Project Zero



IBM WebSphere sMash



PHP



Web 2.0