IBM's EGL--and especially the new EGL Rich UI--gives developers the best tool for designing Web 2.0 business applications. Bestselling IBM i author and columnist Joe Pluta introduces you to EGL Rich UI and IBM's Rational Developer for IBM i platform.
RDi (Rational Developer for i) SOA is the only tool that lets developers build each tier of a multi-tiered business application and use EGL's powerful syntax to integrate them all. Learn how EGL Rich UI takes advantage of that syntax to provide a new level of flexibility by using simple declarative statements to design complex interactive user interfaces, while at the same time being designed from the ground up, integrating the latest frameworks and technologies of today and tomorrow.
With a powerful services architecture, EGL makes it simple to connect a rich client to back-end business services. And with RDi SOA, developers can build those back-end services and test and debug them all from the same workbench. EGL provides a consistent interface between application layers and allows the use of agile practices to develop each component of the application, from rapid interface design sessions with end users to unit testing the business logic servers.
With Developing Web 2.0 Applications with EGL for IBM i, you will:
|Author Name:||Joe Pluta|
|Publication Date:||November 1, 2009|
|Product Dimensions:||7 x 0.6 x 9 inches|
|Shipping Weight:||1.3 pounds|
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