Recently, one of my clients using IBM WebSphere Portal required users to access secured content without actually signing in to the Portal. These users (referred to as Guest Users) use shared secrets only known to them, like a SSN, mobile number, etc. in the entry page of portlet.
I was once adamantly told by a database administrator (DBA), “No one is allowed to read or write to my database.” I asked him, “Then why do we need a database and a DBA?”
When it comes to traditional IT infrastructure investments, every enterprise is conditioned to perform an on-premise vs. cloud analysis to justify its decisions. For today’s mobile application architecture investments, this model may no longer be applicable. This blog presents an alternative view: using a service-oriented-architecture (SOA) vs. mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) comparison approach in making mobile middleware decisions.
The IBM-Apple deal was one of the most talked about news stories in the world of IT this week. As Premier IBM Business Partners, we at Prolifics are thrilled to hear how these two innovative enterprises will continue to shape the future of mobile.
In this blog entry I would like to give an introduction to the NEW Script Portlet using AngularJS. I will also show you how to develop a sample weather application using the Script Portlet using AngularJS. This sample is only for demo purposes, and is by no means a completed application. In addition, this blog entry does not cover all the features of AngularJS or the Script Portlet.