Ajax and Web 2.0 Development with WebSphere Application Server V7

Esciris GmbH
In Frankfurt Am Main

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Tipologie Seminar
Niveau Anfänger
Ort Frankfurt am main
Dauer 5 Tage
  • Seminar
  • Anfänger
  • Frankfurt am main
  • Dauer:
    5 Tage

Describe the benefits of using AjaxDescribe the technical architectureDescribe the use of JavaScript, XML, and WSDescribe the benefits of using Dojo toolkit V1.5 Debug JavaScript codeUse the web remoting capability Identify and select the appropriate APIs and widgets provided by the Dojo toolkit V1.5 Compare and contrast mechanisms to transfer data between client and serverLeverage JSON as a lightweight data format Set up a development environmentBuild Dojo-based applications.
Gerichtet an: This basic course is for web application developers who create interactive Web 2.0 applications using the Ajax technique.

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Frankfurt Am Main
Herriotstrasse, 1, 60528, Hessen, Deutschland
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· Voraussetzungen

You should be able to: implement dynamic Web applications Familiarity with software development on Enterprise Java (J2EE) platforms, such as IBM WebSphere Application Server, is recommended.


This 5-day instructor-led course teaches software developers how to build the next generation of rich, interactive web applications with Ajax. Adding Ajax capabilities to applications offers users a more interactive, responsive experience that can provide an organization with benefits such as fewer abandoned transactions, longer user sessions, and higher completion rates. The WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0 is an IBM-supported solution for creating Ajax-based applications and mashups on WebSphere Application Server. In addition to providing Ajax development tools, this feature pack includes server enhancements to support common Web 2.0 applications patterns. In this course, you learn the benefits of and the technical architecture for using Ajax in web applications. This includes the role of key technologies such as JavaScript, Extensible Markup Language (XML), web services, Representational State Transfer (REST), Web Remoting, and JavaScript Object Notation (JSON). You also learn the benefits of using an Ajax toolkit such as the Dojo toolkit V1.5, which is provided in the WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0. You learn how to use the provided Dojo widgets, how to extend Dojo to build your own widgets, and how Dojo can help with cross-browser JavaScript incompatibilities. The course also covers how to build Dojo-based applications and use compression to improve runtime performance. You also learn about the server-side requirements for Ajax application development, including how to use the web remoting capability in the IBM WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0 to connect directly to Enterprise Java services using REST. Hands-on exercises throughout the course use IBM Rational Application Developer V8, IBM WebSphere Application Server V7, and the IBM WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0.

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