Lotus® Expeditor Client exposes a set of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that you can use to create, test, and deploy server-managed software to semi-connected clients.
The Enterprise Extensions leverage the enterprise developer community by using the same Java 2, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) programming model for Web application development. Embedded standard portlets (JSR 168 compliant), embedded servlets and embedded Java Server Pages (eJSPs) can enable local client browsers to render content, without the need of server connectivity. Embedded Web services enable you to integrate business applications and expand the applications running on enterprise servers. As a result, device users can access the applications from wireless and connected clients. In addition, you can use user interface Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to deploy full function, rich client user interfaces to clients and avoid the network latency of constantly going back to a server. Client Services provides the platform integrity needed by enterprise Industrial Technology organizations to extend existing applications to server-managed clients because Extension Services is available on Java 2, Standard Edition (J2SE) and Java 2, Micro Edition (J2ME) platforms.
Parent topic: Endtoend access services: XPD622
Application design considerations