The IBM® Coach Framework is a key component of IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) that enables custom user interfaces (UI) to be easily embedded within business process solutions. Developer tools enable process authors to rapidly create a compelling user experience that can be delivered to desktop and mobile devices. The IBM Process Portal used by business operations to access, execute and manage their tasks is entirely coach-based and can easily be configured and styled. The corporate look and feel can be defined using a graphical theme editor and applied consistently across all process applications. The process federation capability enables business users to access and execute all their tasks using a single UI without being aware of the implementation or origin. Learn how to embed coach-based UI in other web applications, develop BPM UI using alternative UI technology, and create mobile apps for off-line working.
This IBM Redbooks® publication focuses on the capabilities that Coach Framework delivers with IBM BPM version 8.5.7, but much of what is shared in these pages continues to be of value as IBM evolves coaches in the future. This book has been produced to help you fully benefit from the power of the Coach Framework.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1. Deliver Modern UI for IBM BPM using the Coach Framework and Other Approaches
Chapter 2. Creating user interfaces with coaches
Chapter 3. Building Controls using Coach Views
Chapter 4. SPARK UI Toolkit
Chapter 5. The IBM Process Portal
Chapter 6. Combining the Coach Framework with other approaches
Appendix A. Additional material
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