IBM Mashup Center comes with a data mashup editor that you can use to combine and transform XML from multiple sources. The data mashup editor is easy to use, but in some scenarios you may find that it is more efficient to use XSLT to perform your XML transforms. So that you can learn how to get the benefit from both types of transforms, this article shows you how to build an IBM Mashup Center plug-in that can perform XSLT transformations.
Extend the reach of data for IBM Mashup Center
and An IBM Mashup Center plug-in to convert HTML to XML
are two earlier developerWorks articles that describe how to develop plug-ins to extend the capabilities of the IBM Mashup Center
. Those articles are based on Version 1 of the Mashup Center. The emphasis of this article is on the new capabilities in Version 2 of the plug-in API, such as Basic and Form-based authentication support. It only covers the areas where there are significant differences between Version 1 and Version 2 of the plug-in API.
To read this article in its entirety, go to the IBM developerWorks Web site