Video: Building jQuery Mobile Web Applications in Rational Application Developer

Mobile devices are an increasingly important focus of software application development. In the past a single application required multiple implementations in order to target different mobile platforms. Through the use of standard technologies such as HTML5, JavaScript and Cascading Style Sheets it is possible to develop a single application that delivers a rich user experience across all mobile platforms and devices. Continue reading Video: Building jQuery Mobile Web Applications in Rational Application Developer

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Administer your Liberty profile server from Minecraft!

What does the Minecraft computer game and WebSphere Liberty have in common? Other than they are both written in Java, not much - until now. One of the Liberty developers has created a plugin for the Minecraft Bukkit server that allows people to login to a Bukkit server from their Minecraft client and administer their application server(s) remotely. Continue reading Administer your Liberty profile server from Minecraft!

WebSphere Application Server running on the Raspberry Pi

Following the recent <a href="https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/blogs/wasdev/entry/websphere_application_server_v8_5_announced_april_24th12?lang=en">announcement of WebSphere Application Server V8.5</a>, we decided to show how lightweight the Liberty Profile really is, by running it on lightweight hardware, the Raspberry Pi. Check out this video to see just how lightweight our new developer profile is. Continue reading WebSphere Application Server running on the Raspberry Pi