Getting Started with IBM Worklight

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Authors: Steeve Chwojko-Srawley

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    Abstract

    IBM® Worklight is a platform for the development of mobile applications. It consists of five parts:

    · Worklight Studio. A plug-in that is added to the Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE). It provides a development framework for Worklight applications.

    · Worklight server. An application that runs on an application server. It gives access to deployed Worklight applications.

    · Worklight console. An application that is distributed with Worklight server. It is used to manage deployed Worklight applications.

    · Device run time. A collection of application programming interfaces (APIs) that are used to develop hybrid Worklight applications.

    · Application Center: A private app store where developers can upload applications and users can upload feedback on the application.

    This IBM Redbooks® Solution Guide describes how to build a mobile application with IBM Worklight Studio and deploy it to a test or production environment.

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