Soccnx III - Using Social Controls in XPages
by soccnx on Jul 13, 2012
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Speakers: Martin Donnelly & Tony McGuckin ...
Speakers: Martin Donnelly & Tony McGuckin
There is a lot of talk about "social" these days - social applications, social business, social media, social services and so on. This session uses a definition of "social" in the context of IBM Domino XPages, custom application development and IBM Domino/IBM XWork Server. It describes new social requirements, maps them to technologies and shows how the XPages Extension Library helps you create powerful social solutions to integrate with IBM Connections and other social providers within your custom application development. People are connected more than ever, blurring the line between business and private life. For example often employees have Twitter accounts that they use to tweet both private and business messages. Many employees use their private smartphones to access business applications and data. Furthermore, information is scattered more than ever, within enterprises and in public social networks, within on premise systems and on the cloud. The corporate inbox is no longer only the mail inbox, new notifications also come in via IBM Connections, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc! The XPages Extension Library provides utilities that make integration of Social APIs really easy, including a new storage facility for OAuth application and consumer tokens. IBM Domino XPages is on the fast track to help make your applications social. Participate in this session to see the latest contributions to the XPages Extension Library for Social Business. XPages is ready today, are you?
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