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    Create engaging user_experiences_with_red_hat_j_boss_portal_and_first_spirit_cms Create engaging user_experiences_with_red_hat_j_boss_portal_and_first_spirit_cms Presentation Transcript

    • Create Engaging User Experience with Red Hat JBoss Portal and FirstSpirit CMS Serge Pagop Markus Fehr Marco Kittel Sr. Channels Presales Presales Consultant Sr. Consultant spagop@redhat.com fehr@e-spirit.com marco.kittel@cgi.com 01.10.2013
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 2 Agenda ● Introduction to Red Hat JBoss Portal ● What's is New in Version Red Hat JBoss Portal 6.1 ● Introduction to FirstSpirit CMS ● FistSpirit Integration for Red Hat JBoss Portal
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 3 Red Hat JBoss Portal ● Standards-based portlet container ● Aggregation of disparate data and applications into unified view ● Personalization ● Single Sign-On (SSO) and Identity Management ● Presentation tooling
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 4 Red Hat JBoss Portal - Architecture
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 5 Virtual Sites ● New portals can be spawned inside a single portal installation ● Can have independent look and feel ● Each virtual portal shares administration resources – Shared portlets – Shared administration tools ● Delegated security drives uniqueness
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 6 Portal Context ● Plug-ins can be added to install as EARs ● Can be more portals or other applications types ● Each EAR is its own independent tenant – Unique URLs – Unique containers – Unique administration
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 7 Identity Management ● Uses PicketLink IDM Framework – USERS – GROUPS – ROLES ● Identity information stored in supported relational databases or LDAP Servers
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 8 What's New: Red Hat JBoss Portal 6.0 ● Features – Runs on JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6.0 ● CXF for Web Services Remote Portlets – Portlet Bridge support JSF 2.1 and RichFaces 4.2 – Single Sign-On using SAML 2.0 – Modular JavaScripts – Maven Quick starts
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 9 What's New: Red Hat JBoss Portal 6.1 Beta ● Features – Mobile Websites ● Redirection based on user-agent/device detection ● Adaptive User-Interface (Technology Preview) – Single Sign-On using social media site credentials – Java EE 6 CDI for portlets – Public APIs for navigation nodes
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 10 What's New: Red Hat JBoss Portal 6.1 Beta ● Features – Single Sign-On using social media credentials – Mobile Websites ● Adaptive User-Interface (Technology Preview) ● Redirection based on user-agent/device detection – Java EE 6 CDI for portlets – Public APIs for navigation nodes
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 11 Register and Sign In With Social Accounts User Can Link / Unlink Social Accounts Social Media Integration Authentication with Social Network Account using OAuth features
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 12 Mobile Support
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 13 Viewport Responsive Skin CSS 3
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 14 Mobile Redirect ● Current application doesn't use Responsive Design ● Functionality is too complex to perform on Mobile UI ● Easy to setup on existing application Detection Redirect
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 15 Java EE 6 Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) – Portlet Development ● CDI Already Supported in JSF Portlets ● CDI Support in GenericPortlet and Portlet Filter ● Enable CDI in Portlet Project – WEB-INF/beans.xml, it simply needs to declare <beans/> element ● New CDI Scopes – @PortletLifecycleScoped – @PortletRedisplayScoped
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 16 Full Public Site Map Access Home News Career Apply Services Consulting Evaluation Contact Us Can My Portlet Access This? Can I Write Custom Navigation Menu? Can I Expose This via REST Service? Can My Portlet Add / Remove Items? Navigation navigation = PortalRequest.getInstance().getNavigation();
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 17 FirstSpirit™ - The Multichannel CMS for optimal User Experience Editor Media Cloud Databases Shop Portal Social Media Internet/Intranet Mobile Tablet
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 18 CGI’s FirstSpirit™ Integration for JBoss® Portal Platform ● Best-of-breed solution – JPP delivers high performance and scalability – FirstSpirt features intuitive content management ● Seamless integration for highest usability and availability ● Fast & Robust transactional deployments ● Native content integration (JCR & MOP) ● Role based content presentation ● Fully internationalized www.cgi.com
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 19 Architecture Portal Integration
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 20 Integrated Content Management
    • Session title Create Engaging User Experience with JBoss Portal & FirstSpirit CMS Non -confidential 21 Other Sessions ● Integrating Content Management with JBoss Portal Platform – LAB Wednesday, October 2 2013 - 09:30 - 12:00
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