MashupHub offers examples to help you quickly understand how to create feeds and data mashups from specific data sources and operators. The objects needed to complete these examples are located in the Mashup Center catalog.
Feeds are constructed from single or multiple data sources containing XML data. Feeds in MashupHub can be created using departmental and enterprise data sources.
Table 1. Feed Examples
Managed collection example
A managed collection consists of items, fields which define item data, and metadata. It can define the return view of query data, as well as add to, update, and delete data content from an external data source, such as a relational database. Use the Managed collection feed example to create a managed collection.
Use the Managed collection feed example
to create a managed collection.
A widget is a miniature application that typically provides a view of dynamic content, such as a feed, other web object or content. Widgets can be placed in a web page, receive input, communicate with an application, or interact with another widget in a mashup.
Use the Map widget example
or the Scatter plot widget example
to create a widget, save it to the catalog, and add it to the Mashup Builder.
Data Mashup examples
A data mashup is created using one or more operators and one or more feeds as data sources.
Table 2. Data Mashup Examples
|To learn how to work with these operators||follow this example||which also uses these data sources|
|Group || CD warehouse data mashup example|| XML Document |
|Filter || Policy holders data mashup example|| Enterprise DB |
|Transform || Weather data mashup example|
|Transform || Aggregate policies data mashup example |
(requires input from Expiring Policies Data Mashup)
| Expiring Policies Data Mashup |
|Group and Transform|| Dynamic rename data mashup example||Objects in the Catalog|
|Group and Transform || Mashup Center statistics data mashup examples: Objects by User Data Mashup||List of Objects in the Catalog |
|For Each and Transform || National park forecast data mashup example|
(requires National Park XML Feed)
|Filter, Sort, and Transform || Expiring policies data mashup example||Enterprise DB |
|Combine, Filter, Sort, and Transform || Tri-State weather alerts data mashup example|
|Filter, Group, Merge and Transform || Mashup Center statistics data mashup examples: Feeds by Plug-in Type Data Mashup||Available Data Mashup Plug-ins, List of Objects in the Catalog |
|Merge, Sort, and Transform|| Insurance data mashup example|
(requires output from the Policy Holders and Weather Data Mashups)