Starting July 1st, there will be some updates to our form-based login workflow. Please take a look at the announcement below for details on the upcoming change:
As of July 01, 2015, IBM Connections Cloud’s form-based login will change its behavior slightly. The form itself is not changing, but upon successful login, the user will receive an HTTP response code 302 (redirect) instead of 200 (success), along with a location to redirect to.
I know the conference snuck up on me this year; it always does. The IBM ConnectEd 2015 conference is right around the corner, and the IBM Connections Developer experience is front and center. For your convenience, I have attached the sessions you might be interested in.
I could think of any number of movie quotes that would share my awe about this API. I could think of any number of speeches I could take lines from that would share the cool factor. I however am going to tell you the story of the IBM Connections Cloud People Finder API.
Hi! I have been working with IBM in the social development space for over 6 years now. I have spent a good number of years integrating IBM Connections with other products from IBM like Notes, Sametime, WebSphere Portal, and external products like Microsoft Office, Outlook etc. My responsibilities include working with and helping customers and partners who are trying to develop similar applications targeted towards leveraging great social capabilities from Connections and SmartCloud in their ecosystem.
Did you know IBM Connections Cloud has over 100 different APIs? Yes, I said over 100. Each API provides different social capabilities and behaviors. Every now and then, the team likes to explain how to use those APIs and interact with the behaviors. How do we do that? With the RESTClient.
Since I joined in 2004, I have engaged with developers inside and outside of IBM to build compelling integrations with the Collaboration and Social products. While helping my fellow developers, I have made an effort to document and share best practices and how-tos, so that the next person working with products has the best experience. My recent assignment has me focused on Application Development with the IBM Connections Cloud.
The IBM Connections Cloud S1 and IBM Connections Cloud S2 offerings were recently updated to include the IBM Connections Profiles. IBM Connections Profiles enables users to locate and interact with experts in the organization. A user can update his own profile with personal information like contact details and photo.
Being a developer who enjoys hacking, tinkering, creating new and cool things, IBM Connections Profiles lets me interact with its API, and as an Administrator of my organization I hook my application into the User Interface for Profiles using Organization Extensions.
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