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  • Social Enabler for XPageshttp://socialenabler.openntf.orgPhilippe Riand, Niklas Heidloff 05/02/11 1
  • Content  Introduction  Goals of the OpenNTF project  Technologies  IBM Social Business Toolkit  Current functionality of Social Enabler project  Scenarios  References 2
  • Content  Introduction  Goals of the OpenNTF project  Technologies  IBM Social Business Toolkit  Current functionality of Social Enabler project  Scenarios  References 3
  • Introduction  People are connected more than ever blurring the line between business and private life  Information is scattered more than ever, within enterprises and in public social networks, within on premise systems and on the cloud  As a result there are new requirements for technologies to integrate and interoperate between heterogenous systems  This deck shows ideas how to address these new requirements using XPages and the IBM Social Business Toolkit based on industry standards  This deck as well as the OpenNTF project Social Enabler are work in progress at this time 4
  • Content  Introduction  Goals of the OpenNTF project  Technologies  IBM Social Business Toolkit  Current functionality of Social Enabler project  Scenarios  References 5
  • Goals of the OpenNTF Project  Get feedback from the community  Identify XPages requirements for new social functionality  Show strategic direction  Provide some of the new functionality as open source to receive early feedback from developers  Disclaimer  The IBM® Social Business Toolkit is only available as test version on Greenhouse. It is not part of any IBM product yet.  The code on OpenNTF is not production ready, not officially supported by IBM and it will change. 6
  • Goals of the OpenNTF Project  XPages controls  Ready to use components – Community members, activity lists... – Access to external networks (Facebook like...)  XPages gadgets  Projecting existing XPages as OpenSocial gadgets  Support for the embedded experience  Easy to use APIs  Java and JavaScript bindings to the Social Business Toolkit APIs – Creating new entries in the activity stream – Accessing Profiles, Communities, Activities...  New data sources dealing with REST services, with pre-built capability for Connections and external services – Pluggable authentication mechanisms including OAuth, SSO...  Simple actions – Creating a new Community, Activity... 7
  • Goals of the OpenNTF Project  Social APIs  Seamless access to user Profiles coming from multiple sources – IBM Connections®, Facebook... – Single, unique API for the application developer – Automatic data caching for better performance  Social APIs with identity mapping  Framework for creating custom REST services 8
  • Content  Introduction  Goals of the OpenNTF project  Technologies  IBM Social Business Toolkit  Current functionality of Social Enabler project  Scenarios  References 9
  • Technologies based on Standards  HTML5  REST  JSON  OAuth  Activity Streams  OpenSocial 10
  • OAuth 11
  • Activity Streams 12
  • OpenSocial 13
  • Content  Introduction  Goals of the OpenNTF project  Technologies  IBM Social Business Toolkit  Current functionality of Social Enabler project  Scenarios  References 14
  • IBM Social Business Toolkit The IBM Social Business Toolkit is a new cross-product integration with the Lotus Social Business portfolio and extensibility toolkit for developers. Initially, the IBM Social Business Toolkit delivers a set of tools that enable developers to publish and retrieve events to the activity stream. The toolkit further enables cloud deployability, open standards-based APIs to consume, produce, and use events, a configurable adapter framework for consuming existing external content, filtering capabilities, and enhanced administrative features for better security. In the future, the toolkit will expand to include extensibility areas such as share box, embedded experiences, and more. 15
  • IBM Social Business Toolkit Applications OpenSocial Other OpenSocial APIs REST APIs Gadgets Public APIs REST Specific APIs IBM Social Business Toolkit APIs IBM Core Modules, IBM & Partners Value-added Modules X Y Z Business modules X Y Z Internal APIs Platform specific APIs APIs APIs APIs APIs 16
  • API Test Application https://greenhouse.lotus.com/vulcan/shindig/client/testAPI.jsp 17
  • Embedded Experiencehttps://greenhouse.lotus.com/activitystream/ 18
  • Content  Introduction  Goals of the OpenNTF project  Technologies  IBM Social Business Toolkit  Current functionality of Social Enabler project  Scenarios  References 19
  • OAuth 20
  • Read from Activity Stream 21
  • Write to Activity Stream (synch or asynch) 22
  • Display XPage in Embedded Experience 23
  • Write custom REST Services 24
  • Content  Introduction  Goals of the OpenNTF project  Technologies  IBM® Social Business Toolkit  Current functionality of Social Enabler project  Scenarios  References 25
  • Scenarios  Lead manager application  Utilizes SBT, Connections, LotusLive  Hiring workflow  Utilizes Twitter, Facebook, SBT, Connections  Personal website  Utilizes Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc. 26
  • Lead Manager Application  This is a sample application for the fictional ZetaBank companys CRM application  It had been initially developed as a classic Notes/Domino application, and then moved to XPages  The XPages application is out since 2009  It doesnt use the XPages extension library  It aggregates data from multiple sources  The base version is available freely on OpenNTF: http://www.openntf.org/p/Lead%20Manager%20X 27
  • Work in Context with other People  Create a community per customer  Add the people interested by a particular customer  Share documents, resources... related to a customer  Create activities per deal  Track the actions and resources associated with a deal  Create this activity as part of the customer community Start or use a community/activity right from the application 28
  • Share Resources With a Customer  Share documents with the customer  Technical information on the deal  Proposals  ...  Use the file API to share resources on the cloud  Use LotusLive APIs  Easily retrieve track information in the LeadManager UI 29
  • Notify a User When an Event Happens  Publish events happening in the application to the Activity Stream  Synchronously, when the event happens  Asynchronously, from an agent, when an action has to be taken  Let a user choose the events he is interested by  Filter on companies  Filter on events: customer changes, lead changed...  Display the event in context using the embedded experience  Display an XPages gadget in the activity stream showing either the customer or the event  Send an email 30
  • Find Information on People  For internal members - employees  Display the people business card when a user is displayed  Go to the member profile  Look for profiles working on similar leads – Search similar leads and the access the people in the community  For external members – customer contacts  Find related information on the public network 31
  • Communicate with People  Start instant messaging conversation  Add presence awareness to the user names  Add Sametime chat capability using the ST proxy  Send an email within the context of a company/lead  Create the email with some data pre-added  Setup meetings on the fly, with the interested people  Send calendar invitations using the Social Mail Gadget  Create the Sametime meeting room, if needed  Allow instant meeting and screen sharing 32
  • Collaborative Editing Experience  Collaborative editing experience  Work on a contract with other people  Leverage LotusLive Symphony for concurrent editing 33
  • Hiring Worklow  A classic hiring workflow can be improved by using social techniques 34
  • Hiring Workflow  Post job opening to company pages on Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.  Vice versa consolidate comments to the postings back in the workflow system UI  Twitter regularly/on scheduled basis about open jobs  Vice versa consolidate replies to the postings back in the workflow system UI  Agent collects a summary of information found in the internet (e.g. Facebook, blogs, etc) about candidates  Create a Connections activity to define collaboratively the job description and/or to discuss which candidate to take  Via Connections profiles find similar jobs within the organisation, check what they earn before making offer 35
  • Personal Website  Allow Facebook comments and likes  Share blogs and websites  Manually  Automatic/background 36
  • Personal Website  Upload to and embed pictures from Flickr  Upload to and embed videos from YouTube  Upload to and embed slides from SlideShare  Embed widgets (e.g. latest entries) from Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, etc. on the personal website 37
  • Personal Website  Visitors can rate any page  Visitors can like any page  Visitors can comment on any page  There are views/sitemaps to filter pages by these criteria  Website provides widgets with updates from this website 38
  • References  OpenNTF project: http://socialenabler.openntf.org  IBM Social Business Toolkit wiki: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/ appdevwiki.nsf  API Test Application: https://greenhouse.lotus.com/vulcan/shindig/client/ testAPI.jsp  Embedded Experience: https://greenhouse.lotus.com/activitystream/  Oauth: http://oauth.net  OpenSocial: http://opensocial.org  Activity Streams: http://activitystrea.ms  Niklas Heidloffs blog: http://heidloff.net  Lead manager base application: http://www.openntf.org/p/Lead% 20Manager%20X  Lead manager article: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/ddwiki.nsf/dx/ lead_manager_x_overview.htm 39
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