Thursday Aug 02, 2007

Voice-over Screencast to Demonstrate IPC StoryBoard Feature for NetBeans 5.5/5.5.1 IDE

ScreencastHere is a new voice-over screencast that demonstrates the IPC StoryBoard feature for NetBeans 5.5/5.5.1 IDE. In this screencast, I have explained the IPC StoryBoard feature with the help of a fund transfer portlet application created in NetBeans 5.5.1 IDE, following the procedure in Uma's tutorial.

Thanks to Satya, Vihang, and Deepak for providing feedback. I would also like to thank Anjana Rudra for graciously lending her voice and Manu Samuel from the IEC Media design team for the production support.

Watch the screencast and look out for more in the future.

Monday Jun 25, 2007

IPC StoryBoard Explored

If you are thinking of a simpler way to write the shopping cart example from my previous tutorial, check out the new IPC Tutorial. This explains how much easier it is now to drag and drop events with the help of StoryBoard .

StoryBoard is the new Feature introduced in the Portal Pack 1.3 Beta. Right now it provides tooling support for InterPortletCommunication for JSR 168 portlets. The tool will be enhanced in the future to enable support for the Eventing feature of JSR 286 portlets.

Also, checkout Satya's blog to  know more on IPC StoryBoard .

Tuesday Jun 19, 2007

Portal Pack 1.3 Beta with IPC Story Board is now available

The Portal Pack 1.3 Beta is now available for download. It has a new feature IPC Story Board which provides  tools support for the Eventing (also referred to as Inter-Portlet Communication) feature supported by Sun Java System Portal Server/OpenPortal Portlet Container.

This version of the Portal Pack is supported on NetBeans 5.5/5.5.1. Check out my blog for a tutorial on how to use this new feature in your NetBeans IDE.

Thursday May 10, 2007

Introducing Eventing Plugin with Netbeans and OpenPortal

 

The OpenPortal Portlet Container provides a custom way to perform eventing between portlets. I have created a NetBeans plugin  demonstrated in the EventingDemo which depicts how easy it is to write portlets which generate and consume events.

The NetBeans plugin with the upcoming Netbeans 6 release, makes it easy to drag and drop the Java code for the portlet to generate/receive events. It also introduces appropriate XML entries in the custom xml file required by the Portlet Container.

Have a look!!!

Thursday May 03, 2007

JavaOne BOF: "Dynamic Portals and AJAX in Portlets"

JavaOne 2007 is only a week away.  This year, members of the portal team will be presenting the Birds Of a Feather (BOF) talk "Dynamic Portals and AJAX in Portlets". If you are interested in learning more and want to meet others with similar interests, please consider attending. We will be discussing:
  • the impact of Web 2.0 technologies on portals
  • AJAX and JSR-168
  • jMaki
  • JSR-286
  • dynamic inter-portlet communication
  • microformats, COMET, mashups, and more...
Hope to see you there.

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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