The embedded experience lets users quickly view an event and respond to the event in context. Using this tutorial, you can learn how to build and implement an embedded experience gadget.
An embedded experience is a way of interacting with events, notifications, and business processes dynamically. It works in context directly from an inbox, social home page, and other containers without changing context to another application or service. Use http://shindig.apache.org/
to develop an embedded experience that interacts with the IBM
® Social Business Toolkit in this tutorial.
The toolkit, consists of the aggregation service, OAuth Security, and embedded experiences.
Retrieves, receives, and requests events on behalf of a user, where a user can share, comment, and respond to the events.OAuth security
Provides a system for users to authorize and authenticate with an independent service without providing a user name and password.OpenSocial gadget
™ for the business logic, and additional metadata for the author and title.
In this tutorial, you can build a gadget that updates clients in real time. The real-time updates occur in enterprise news feeds, online social networks, and in activity streams. You can build a gadget that sends updates to people connected with a user when travel plans change.
- In the first module, you convert common fields you want to share into the open standards-based event model.
- The second module, you describe how you want the event to be rendered.
- The final module, you link the first two parts together so users can view and interact with your event.
This tutorial takes approximately 70 minutes to finish.
Developers interested in creating an embedded experience.
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Module A: Building an event model and learning about XML
Module B: Rendering an event
Module C: Linking the event model and gadget