|In this episode we talked about developing
applications for IBM's Connections social software platform. We were joined
by three very special guests:
covered during the show included:
- Overview of the options available to
developers (APIs, Widgets, Java)
- How widgets and apps are deployed within
- Integrating apps with the Connections
- Surfacing apps and widgets within Communities
- How IBM Connections Next will utilize
OpenSocial and ActivityStrea.ms
- How Kudos Badges was built and how it
integrates and is managed within Connections
- Why developers should use XPages to
- How you can work with iWidgets and XPages
- How to access the Connections REST API's
- Where you can find and download sample
- What other extensibility features might
be important for XPages developers
- and much more...
- Landing for all things ICS development related including Notes/Domino
"Next" and Connections "Next"
The show runs 41:53.
Be sure to listen
to our interview with IBM's Ed Brill and Trust Factory's Wueter Aukema
about the new partnership between their companies, news about Notes Social
Edition and Ed's forthcoming book.
|Todays show has been sponsored by Instant
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On this episode of the podcast we were joined by IBM's
Ed Brill (@edbrill)
and talked about:
podcast runs 33:25.
- The new
partnership between IBM and Trust Factory
first announced on Ed's blog
- Trust Factory's DNA services offerings
- What the partnership means for IBM customers
- A special offer made by Ed
new book project
- What the book will and not be about
and when it will be available
- Who else will be contributing to the
- Notes Social Edition and what exactly
- Some of the new enhancements made in
the Notes Social Edition
- When it will be available for customers
- How it can be deployed
- Integration with IBM Connections "Next"
- and much more
|Based on his recent
blog entry about learning XPages,
we brought Mark
Myers on the show to discuss
his approach to wrapping your head around XPages, especially coming at
it as a person with a strong Java background. Matt
White was also on the podcast
to offer the perspective of someone who has been helping people learn XPages
for several years now. We discussed things like:
and Matt are both members of the London
Developer Co-op, and they
have graciously renewed the TakingNotes discount code for XPages101 online
training courses. If you go to the XPages101.net
website and sign up using
the discount code "taking notes", you will receive a 33% discount
off the list price of your subscription.
- NOT thinking of XPages as "another
Notes design element"
- Coming to XPages from the Java developer
- The amount of learning resources and
help available now versus a few years ago
- Some of the struggles that newbies might
- And more...
|A quick podcast to discuss the specifics
of the IBM
Collaboration Services Technical Tweetup
being put together by Paul
Mooney and Gab
Davis on Wednesday July 18th
at 6pm BST (1pm EST). The hashtag will be #icstt,
and Paul and Gab will put up a page with more information next week (we
will add the link when it's live). |
Also discussed: Paul has announced dates for two USA instances of his Ethical
Hacking course, Paul and Gab
continue to add great content over at connections101.net,
and don't forget to register
This show runs 14:15.