Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Book Announcement - Modern Web Development with IBM WebSphere

This guide presents a coherent strategy for building modern mobile and web applications that are fast, responsive, interactive, reusable, maintainable, extensible, and a pleasure to use. Four IBM experts offer practical, hands-on coverage of front-end development with IBM WebSphere Application Server 8.5, IBM Worklight, and today's most popular open source frameworks.

Modern Web Development with IBM WebSphere is a complete guide to learning how to build effective mobile and web applications using IBM WebSphere, IBM Worklight, and the leading open source frameworks. Using well-crafted examples, the authors introduce best practices for MobileFirst development, helping you create apps that work superbly on mobile devices and add features on conventional browsers. Throughout you'll learn better ways to deliver Web 2.0 apps with HTML/JavaScript front ends, RESTful Web Services, and persistent data. Proven by IBM and its customers, the approach covered in this book leads to more successful mobile/web applications—and more effective development teams.

Also, we have this: -

By Joey Bernal

In Application Architecture for WebSphere, one of IBM's leading WebSphere and WebSphere Portal architects offers a hands-on, best-practice guide to every facet of defining, planning, and implementing WebSphere application architectures. Joey Bernal shows working architects and teams how to define layered architectural standards that can be used across the entire organization, improving application quality without compromising flexibility.


The application architecture for WebSphere:

• Provides simple, recommendations for designing and adhering to a layered architecture approach for WebSphere applications
• Includes hands-on architects with decisions guidance and examples which can be used in defining their own architecture

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