Step by step, a screencast shows you how.
Read-only version now free for download.
Greg Ziebold and Jay Suri at Sun will be presenters. Tuesday, May 8, at 10:00 p.m.
Read part 3 of the open-source portal initiative series on SDN.
Now on Sun Developer Network.
An illustration of a simple and intuitive process.
If you are looking for the Portal Zone here it is: the new and improved Portal Zone
A couple of blogs and a short yet illuminating screencast describe the cool capabilities. You can do a lot more than reading and writing to portals!
Sun engineer Greg Ziebold offers insights and solutions for common issues.
What a wealth of resources on The Sun Java System Portal Server Product and Technologies Group Weblog.
A recent article on Sun Developer Network describes the process. The sky is the limit for portal enhancements!
A hot-off-the-press article shows you how to make your portal more versatile.
Hot off the press: an article that shows you how to create JSR 168 portlets that can communicate with each other even if they reside in different applications.
JFreeChart, an open-source graphing and charting library, makes it a cinch.
Bloggers who talk about Portlets and WSRP
We are proud to
what is perhaps the biggest milestone for the Sun Portal platform -
The Sun Java System Portal Server 7.
With a dedicated, global team of engineers working round the clock backed by a excellent management team,
I believe we have delivered a product that can give our competition a run for their money :)
Portal 7 places a heavy emphasis on today's collaborative or...
Are you engaged in portal projects that require a complex environment of developers, servers, and tools? A new technical article tells you how to configure your IDE specifically for developing and deploying portals.
JSR-168 suggests that portlets can pass information to servlets by passing objects in the user's session. However, there appear to be some bumps on the road to making this work with Pluto and Tomcat.
This month's tip is regarding Internalization and portlets. Follow the link below to read all of the details.