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by Yan Koyfman | Updated January 29, 2019 - Published January 11, 2017
This tutorial series solves a real problem that the Liberty development team had. IBM Connections Cloud provides meeting rooms to individual employees, which is a problem for team meetings, if the person who initially set up the meeting room can't make it.
In this series, write a sample MicroProfile application that provides a single URL for a meeting, which can then be "started" by one person, and everyone else gets redirected. Learn, also, how to update the MicroProfile application, perform asynchronous tasks in the application to perform background maintanance, add WebSockets, and use CDI Events.
Create a simple meeting coordination application using MicroProfile 2.0.
Update the MicroProfile meeting application created in Part 1 of this series to add persistence.
Execute asynchronous tasks in the MicroProfile meeting application to perform background maintanance.
Integrate a WebSocket and CDI beans in the MicroProfile meeting application to notify clients about changes.
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