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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Enterprise Web 2.0 with EGL.
Chicago : MC Press, ©2009
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||9781583476420 1583476423 9781583476864 1583476865|
|Notes:||Categories of EGL Data Types.|
|Description:||1 online resource (351 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Our Presentation; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1: Introduction; Modes of Reliance on IT; Support Mode; Factory Mode; Turnaround Mode; Strategic Mode; IT as a Commodity; Software that Fulfills Its Role; Software that Enables a Competitive Advantage; Service-Oriented Architecture; Grow Your Software; Agile Development; The Importance of Abstraction in a Computer Language; The Importance of Wide Coverage by a Computer Language; Accentuate the Negative; Are Enterprise Languages Disruptive?; Do Enterprise Languages Inhibit Innovation? Caused by Higher Abstraction?Are Enterprise Languages Old News?; Chapter 2: Web 2.0; Interactive Web Sites; Networks; Collaboration; Brand Image; Revenue; Owning and Extending Data; Rich Internet Applications; Chapter 3: Introduction to Web Security; Security Trends; Threats by Type; Security by Location; Data in Transit; Server-Side Security; Client-Side Security; Use of an LDAP-Compliant Server; Security for a Rich Internet Application; Web Servers and Application Servers; Container-Managed Authentication; Security Options; Risk; Assessing Risk; Responding to Risk. Chapter 4: Service-Oriented ArchitectureStructure of a Service-Oriented Application; Aspects of a Service; Service Implementation; Elementary Access Details; Contract; Loose Coupling; Service Registry; Service Level Agreement; Web 2.0; Web and Binary-Exchange Services; Architectural Styles in Web Services; Traditional RPC-Style SOAP Services; REST Services; REST-RPC Services; Chapter 5: EGL Scope; Uses of EG; Supported Technologies; Runtime Environment; Persistent Data Storage; User Interface; Support for Service-Oriented Architecture; Network Communication; Report Production. Integration with Existing CodeIntegrating Multiple Products that Support EGL; Chapter 6: EGL Rich UI in Context; Multiple Tiers; Support for Old and New Programming Models; The DOM Tree; Rich UI Handler; Rich UI Editor; Embedded Handlers; Service access; Use of Libraries; Model, View, Controller; MVC in EGL Rich UI; Validating Form; Validators; Form Validation, Commit, and Publish; Defining Displayable Text in an External File; Simulating Page Flow; Switching Pages in the Simplest Case; Switching Pages and Updating the Address Bar; Handler Communication with Infobus. Chapter 7: Services and EGL Rich UICICS Web Services; Access of IBM i Programs as Web Services; End-to-End Processing; EGL Projects and Deployment; Example of End-to-End Processing; EGL Deployment Descriptor; Service Client Bindings; Web Service Deployment; How Do You Set the Location Data for Service Access?; Access of SOAP Services; Access of EGL REST Services; Access of Third-Party REST Services; What is the Location for an EGL-Generated Service?; Chapter 8: Overview of Generation; EGL Compilation; EGL Build; EGL Generation; Chapter 9: Language Organization; Data Types.|