Tuesday Apr 24, 2007

Web 2.0 Communities via the Sun Java System Portal Server

Portal communities Tom has published an article that describes how Web 2.0 concepts are a perfect complement to Portals, and in particular how the Sun Portal product makes effective use of Web 2.0 features and concepts to help users be more collaborative and productive.

So check it out here -- Creating Web 2.0-Enabled Communities With Sun Java System Portal Server

 

Tuesday Sep 05, 2006

Best Practices for AJAX and JSR 168 Portlets

The new technical article "Best Practices for AJAX and JSR 168 Portlets" has just been published at developer.sun.com.  Check out this article for the latest ideas on how to best implement AJAX with JSR 168 portlets, and how to use JavaScript libraries like Dojo to add dynamic content to your portlets.


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Thursday Aug 24, 2006

Building Mashups Portlets

    desc Continuing our contributions to developers.sun.com, a new article titled, "Building Mashup Portlets" is now available on the SDN Portal Server web site.  This article describes the procedure for building a sample Mashup Portlet by merging geospatial data with an AJAX-based mapping service, and for deploying the portlet to Sun Java System Portal Server 7.

 Also note other recent articles like:
1. Publishing JSR 168 Portlets as Remote Portlets With WSRP
2. Building IPC Portlets for Sun Java System Portal Server 7 With Sun Java Studio Creator 2
3. Creating Dynamically Generated Charts in Portlets
4. Asynchronous Rendering of Portlet Content With AJAX


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Tuesday Jul 18, 2006

Ajax Samples in the Sun Java System Portal Server

Jai just did a technology preview of Ajax support in Sun Java System Portal Server 7. It demonstrates a variety of ways by which Ajax can be applied to Portals to significantly impact user experience, interactivity and much more.

The demo shows a new Ajax Container in action. This Container Ajax-enables each individual channel on the Portal Desktop such that the channels can interact with the Portal in an async manner. The Container also allows for a richer user experience by introducing features such as dynamic drag and drop positioning of channels, easy addition and removal of channels, and inline editing of channel preferences

Check out the screencast (it runs about 12 mins).

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