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Getting Started with IBM Websphere Smash


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Use IBM WebSphere sMash to Rapidly Deliver Scalable, Flexible Web 2.0 Applications


With the radically new IBM WebSphere sMash and the Project Zero platform, it’s far easier to develop, assemble, and run applications and mashups that align tightly with SOA enterprise infrastructures. Getting Started with IBM WebSphere sMash covers all aspects of architecting, designing, and developing solutions with these breakthrough technologies.


Authored by three IBM leading sMash experts, this practical tutorial shows how to create state-of-the-art web applications far more rapidly than you ever could with traditional Java or .NET enterprise platforms.


As you walk through sample projects based on real-life scenarios, you’ll master both basic and advanced sMash features, ranging from request handling to event processing, database access to security. You’ll also learn agile best practices for consistently writing better web applications, delivering them sooner, and getting more value from them.


Coverage includes

• Installing and configuring IBM WebSphere sMash, and choosing your development environment

• Creating handlers to efficiently service all types of requests

• Understanding sMash’s “convention over configuration” approach, and knowing when to override convention

• Rendering responses that include visual content, data, and other resources

• Connecting with databases via Project Zero’s powerful data access API

• Using sMash’s security model to protect inbound and outbound connections

• Building more flexible applications with sMash’s sophisticated event processing

• Extending sMash development to non-programmers with Assemble Flow

• Programming client-side code with the Dojo Toolkit

• Taking advantage of sMash’s PHP support


Book News Annotation:

Provided as a supplement to online documentation and community support, this volume offers help and practical examples in working with the sMash web development runtime environment. Beginning with basic installation and configuration and progressing through common web application programming tasks like REST programming and database access, this volume provides numerous screen-shots and code examples and includes a tutorial outlining the step-by-step development of an example application. The sMash IDE integrates with both PHP and the Groovy scripting languages and two chapters discuss this interoperability. Lynn, Bishop and King are senior software engineers for IBM. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

About the Author

Karl Bishop is an IBM Senior Software Engineer leading an international team working on IBM applications built on WebSphere Portal, WebSphere sMash, and other IBM and open source software. Ron Lynn,  Senior Software Engineer on the IBM® Web Enablement Team, has led, designed, and developed numerous web projects for IBM. He co-authored two books on WebSphere Portal portlets. Brett King is a Senior Software Engineer on IBM’s WebSphere sMash development team.

Table of Contents


Introducing IBM WebSphere sMash

Programming IBM WebSphere sMash

1. Installing the IBM WebSphere sMash Command Line Interface

2. Choose your development environment - AppBuilder or Eclipse

3. Your first handler and beyond

4. Configuration files explained

5. Global context 

6. Response rendering

7. RESTful programming

8. Database access

9. Security model

10. Event handling

11. Framework components

12. Validators and validation

13. Active Content Filtering

14. Assembly Flow

15. Get started with Client-side programming

16. PHP support (PHP-Java bridge)

A. Get started with Groovy

Product Details

Lynn, Ron Et Al.
IBM Press
Bishop, Karl
Lynn, Ron
Haischt, Daniel S.
Lynn, Ronald
King, Brett
Programming Languages - General
Web - General
Internet - World Wide Web
Web site development
Software Engineering - Programming and Languages
Publication Date:
September 2010
Grade Level:
Professional and scholarly
9.86 x 7.32 x 1.066 in 837 gr

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